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When Heath moves in with his sister in the sleepy forest town of Noel, he thinks he is going to help her out. She’s been having some trouble with the locals, and the inn needs a lot of work to keep running. He never expects the move to open his eyes to a whole new world of men who can turn into bears. Even more unusual are the unfamiliar feelings Heath has after meeting al When Heath moves in with his sister in the sleepy forest town of Noel, he thinks he is going to help her out. She’s been having some trouble with the locals, and the inn needs a lot of work to keep running. He never expects the move to open his eyes to a whole new world of men who can turn into bears. Even more unusual are the unfamiliar feelings Heath has after meeting alpha bear shifter, Angus. Angus makes Heath feel in ways he never has. On top of that, he stares at Heath like he’s a starving man and Heath is his next meal. No matter how Heath tries to deny and avoid his attraction, Angus is somehow always near. Heath isn’t used to being watched so closely, and despite his efforts to keep Angus out of his problems, the possessive shifter is always there. There isn’t much he can do to help Heath though. He owes money to the wrong type of people, and now those people want him to pay, with his body. All Heath has to do is survive an unregulated fight with men who are all more experienced than he is and his debts will be cleared. Angus knew his pack was starting over. They’d carved their own slice of heaven out of the land near Noel, and when Angus arrives with the lumber and resources needed to expand, he expects to find a community in the making, not his mate. He knows what everyone says about Heath, but Angus can see through the man’s mask. He soon sees that Heath is in trouble, but won’t tell him how. When Angus discovers who Heath is in trouble with and what they want him to do, he knows he can’t allow it. Heath may be willing, but Angus will not let his mate to be put in harm’s way. While Heath might not recognize his attraction to Angus, by the time Angus is done, Heath will realize his feelings and who he belongs to.


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When Heath moves in with his sister in the sleepy forest town of Noel, he thinks he is going to help her out. She’s been having some trouble with the locals, and the inn needs a lot of work to keep running. He never expects the move to open his eyes to a whole new world of men who can turn into bears. Even more unusual are the unfamiliar feelings Heath has after meeting al When Heath moves in with his sister in the sleepy forest town of Noel, he thinks he is going to help her out. She’s been having some trouble with the locals, and the inn needs a lot of work to keep running. He never expects the move to open his eyes to a whole new world of men who can turn into bears. Even more unusual are the unfamiliar feelings Heath has after meeting alpha bear shifter, Angus. Angus makes Heath feel in ways he never has. On top of that, he stares at Heath like he’s a starving man and Heath is his next meal. No matter how Heath tries to deny and avoid his attraction, Angus is somehow always near. Heath isn’t used to being watched so closely, and despite his efforts to keep Angus out of his problems, the possessive shifter is always there. There isn’t much he can do to help Heath though. He owes money to the wrong type of people, and now those people want him to pay, with his body. All Heath has to do is survive an unregulated fight with men who are all more experienced than he is and his debts will be cleared. Angus knew his pack was starting over. They’d carved their own slice of heaven out of the land near Noel, and when Angus arrives with the lumber and resources needed to expand, he expects to find a community in the making, not his mate. He knows what everyone says about Heath, but Angus can see through the man’s mask. He soon sees that Heath is in trouble, but won’t tell him how. When Angus discovers who Heath is in trouble with and what they want him to do, he knows he can’t allow it. Heath may be willing, but Angus will not let his mate to be put in harm’s way. While Heath might not recognize his attraction to Angus, by the time Angus is done, Heath will realize his feelings and who he belongs to.

30 review for Bearing it All

  1. 4 out of 5

    Len Evans Jr

    Ms. Burrelli does it again! I love her writing style, it just sucks me in and refuses to let go. I was up til 2am last night reading this and it was more than worth the trouble getting up for work this morning. In addition to the author's great storytelling, populates her with awesome people whom I have come to love and cherish. This was an awesome fun read and I can't wait to start on book three!!! One last thing... reading these books makes me want to run out to the forest... find myself a bea Ms. Burrelli does it again! I love her writing style, it just sucks me in and refuses to let go. I was up til 2am last night reading this and it was more than worth the trouble getting up for work this morning. In addition to the author's great storytelling, populates her with awesome people whom I have come to love and cherish. This was an awesome fun read and I can't wait to start on book three!!! One last thing... reading these books makes me want to run out to the forest... find myself a bear shifter and get pregnant!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emily

    I enjoyed this story more than the first one in this series, it has a fun group of characters, good romance, mpreg, and bear shifters (I love me some bear shifters!) I loved that Heath was curious about men getting pregnant and had attraction to Angus despite never wanting that before. And I loved that Angus was so overprotective of Heath - he'd put him in a bubble if he could, pretty sure! I do wish that Heath had a bit more smart sense and didn't let his pride of "I have to fight to set things I enjoyed this story more than the first one in this series, it has a fun group of characters, good romance, mpreg, and bear shifters (I love me some bear shifters!) I loved that Heath was curious about men getting pregnant and had attraction to Angus despite never wanting that before. And I loved that Angus was so overprotective of Heath - he'd put him in a bubble if he could, pretty sure! I do wish that Heath had a bit more smart sense and didn't let his pride of "I have to fight to set things right myself, I can't ask for help" way of thinking get in the way of things. Very solid entry into this series and I look forward to the next one! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    3.5 stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deirdre

    4.5 Stars Bear Hold or Bear Hug How does the Straightest Man in the World end up mated an Alpha male shifter and brother to the nearby Bear Clan leader? First impressions can be misleading. Those of Heath certainly have been, from both the first & second books. I was surprised by this ARC I was asked to honestly review. I actually enjoyed it more than the first Book in the Bear Brothers series. This story had quite a few twists and turns. It surprised me and it made me laugh out loud! Angus is a b 4.5 Stars Bear Hold or Bear Hug How does the Straightest Man in the World end up mated an Alpha male shifter and brother to the nearby Bear Clan leader? First impressions can be misleading. Those of Heath certainly have been, from both the first & second books. I was surprised by this ARC I was asked to honestly review. I actually enjoyed it more than the first Book in the Bear Brothers series. This story had quite a few twists and turns. It surprised me and it made me laugh out loud! Angus is a big tough Bear shifter. He saw something in Heath that no one else caught. When he set out to convince the man that they were mates - he really had no idea who his mate truly was. One thing that Heath was good at was keeping a secret: about his sexuality, his fascination with male pregnancy, defending himself & those he love - namely his sister. He was very masculine and that initially made being the mate to an Alpha - challenging. Heath loved the attention, but Angus could be Alpha Overprotective. Heath liked finding out new things about himself (bi/sexuality) which led to Alpha Possessiveness: "Don't even look at him - he's mine!" And this wouldn't be a mpreg novel without a pregnancy. Alpha Angus showed his overly concerned side. Boy did he ever look out for his mate - "No! No! Let me do that. You can watch me do it." For the most part Heath learned it was just easier to let Angus have his way, but you'd be wrong if your impression of Heath is a "Whatever you say Alpha" type of guy. Nope! Not Heath. He proved it to the chagrin of Angus on more than one occasion. Unlike his Bear clan leader brother, Angus had no problem laying claim to his man and making sure others knew who Heath belonged (to) with. But there was a side of Heath no one knew about & it came as a humorous & anxiety ridden surprise. It was a theme throughout the story. Something else that was a storyline is the relationship between Heath's sister and the female Bear Gia. As in the first book there is action, drama, unexpected situations, and danger. How this couple deals with it is quite different than the MCs in Book One. Overall if you are into Bear shifters, mpreg, Human / Shifter mixed matings, sibling loyalty, and a clan that works, helps, protects, and gets an expectant dad to the hospital. And if you enjoy humor this book would be a great choice for you. It is better to read the first book, BEARLY LEGAL before this one, to get to know who the characters are and their relationships to one another. But if you don't read it first you'll be a little lost and will still end up wanting to read what led to this nice mpreg tale.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jess A Jaye

    I really got into Kiki's Wolf's Mate and The Den series at the end of last year and pretty much devoured them in one go. So I was really pleased to discover that Kiki had not only released a new series - the Bear Brothers but book 2 was already here yay! What I like about this book/series is that shifter alphas are paired with humans. I find it interesting watching the human partners discovering that shifters exists and that the alphas can get their mates pregnant. Also it makes a change that the I really got into Kiki's Wolf's Mate and The Den series at the end of last year and pretty much devoured them in one go. So I was really pleased to discover that Kiki had not only released a new series - the Bear Brothers but book 2 was already here yay! What I like about this book/series is that shifter alphas are paired with humans. I find it interesting watching the human partners discovering that shifters exists and that the alphas can get their mates pregnant. Also it makes a change that the shifters in this series are bears. It makes the alphas even more growly and grr than usual. Heath is the human in this book. After seeing his friend Sawyer in the last book, meet and mate his bear alpha, he's intrigued by what that entails. He's never had a relationship with a man before but he suddenly can't help but notice Angus. Angus is a big growly guy who didn't think he wanted to settle down until he met Heath. I enjoyed watching Angus trying to seduce Heath into the ways of shifter pairings. Heath has gotten himself into some bother with some loan sharks and is trying to find a way to solve the problem on his own. Watching Angus get himself into a twist wanting to protect his mate while letting him be independent was amazing and super sweet. I think I would have liked some more mpreg scenes but overall a really enjoyable read. Looking forward to the next book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Fatimama

    This was cute. Heath was kinda oblivious to Angus while Angus knows that Heath is his mate.

  7. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn

    Meh... I was looking for so thing quick and smutty, this was ok and for what I was looking for it. It just really fell a little flat for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    Well I knew I saw sparks fly at the end of book 1, and I was right. And now I'm reading for book 3 for the sparks flying at the end of this one lol.  In the first of course, Roscoe and Sawyer end up together, but at the end of the book the first of Roscoe's brothers come home and he is immediately smitten with Sawyer's friend, Heath. So in this wonderful book we meet sassy, fiesty Heath again and the bear he's giving a run for his money, Angus. Heath had come to Noel to help his sister with her i Well I knew I saw sparks fly at the end of book 1, and I was right. And now I'm reading for book 3 for the sparks flying at the end of this one lol.  In the first of course, Roscoe and Sawyer end up together, but at the end of the book the first of Roscoe's brothers come home and he is immediately smitten with Sawyer's friend, Heath. So in this wonderful book we meet sassy, fiesty Heath again and the bear he's giving a run for his money, Angus. Heath had come to Noel to help his sister with her inn. In the process of helping, he borrowed some money from some very not nice people. They want their money back or they are going to do things to Maggie or Heath or both. So Heath has to do something for them to consider the debt paid. During this, Angus knows Heath is his mate. But he doesn't want to push Heath because everyone says Heath is straight. But Angus sees the looks and movements that show Heath may not be as straight as everyone thinks he is. Angus tells himself he will go slow but when he finds out about the trouble Heath is in, things seem to speed up real quick. Heath is overwhelmed with desire for Angus and Angus just wants to lay claim. Like now. But the trouble he's in is causing things to be tense and it seems to get worse instead of better. Heath does everything he can to protect his sister. Including harm to himself. But Angus is having none of it and it's time for Heath to prove he's not as weak or whatever everyone thinks he is. When Angus first came back from his travels, the first thing he noticed was Heath. Even before he looked at his brother and his mate in their ceremony, he noticed Heath. And immediately felt mate. I love Angus. He is such an alpha lol and gets so frustrated with Heath. He wants to be the provider, the 'man’, and take care of Heath. Heath however, is not some dainty little girl to be taken care of and he puts his foot down quite often. It's so funny. Angus huffs and puffs like a bull, or a bear lol, when Heath does that, but Heath is just trying to prove he is still a man himself and doesn't need to be coddled all the time. Even though it might be nice ;). The trouble he's in he has to fight, literally, to get out of and that makes Angus definitely not a happy bear. Heath just wants to prove he can take care of himself and Maggie, his sister too. I feel for Heath some of the time, because he doesn't want to be considered less than. He has such a heart of gold. He just wants to take care of his sister and be there for her. Maybe one day have a family of his own. It's certainly been crossing his mind since Sawyer and Roscoe in book 1. But he doesn't think he will get his alpha the way Sawyer did. Little does he know, he's got one already waiting. And Angus wants to be all he wants and more. I love these two. The sparring between them keeps Angus on his toes. And it's quite funny. Heath pops that alpha bubble quite a few times lol. I really recommend you guys reading it. It is spicy, funny, with some suspense, with lots of hot sex (woohoo) and bears you want to climb like a tree. And I'm hoping there's a book 3 and that it's who I think it's about. If you want to know, you have to read. Happy reading!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marcella

    This is the second book in the Bear Brothers series. Heath moved to the small town of Noel to help his sister, Maggie with her inn. It needs a lot of work and he wants to be there to support his sister any way he can. What he did not intend to find out was that men can turn into beasts. He stumbled on that bit of information after his friend, Sawyer got himself into a little bit of trouble. Sufficed to say, it was a rude awakening for Heath. What was an even bigger awakening were the feelings tha This is the second book in the Bear Brothers series. Heath moved to the small town of Noel to help his sister, Maggie with her inn. It needs a lot of work and he wants to be there to support his sister any way he can. What he did not intend to find out was that men can turn into beasts. He stumbled on that bit of information after his friend, Sawyer got himself into a little bit of trouble. Sufficed to say, it was a rude awakening for Heath. What was an even bigger awakening were the feelings that Alpha bear, Angus stirred in Heath. Heath felt a strange attraction to the Alpha bear. He was not sure what to do with these new feelings. He did the only thing he knows how to do best...deny it. After all, he is known around town as the straightest man in the world. Angus knows what he wants and recognizes Heath as his mate almost immediately. He knows he will have his hands full in trying to convince Heath of the inevitable. He never gives Heath the opportunity to come up for air. Wherever Heath is, Angus isn't too far. Angus has the in your face approach with Heath as far as making sure he knows what he wants, and that what he wants his Heath. Heath finds himself in a bit of trouble. He owes a lot of money to the wrong people and in order to pay that debt, he will need to participate in an illegal fight. Angus is not happy about that at all, but Heath insists on fighting. It goes against everything Angus is as an Alpha. His first and only instinct is to protect his mate from any kind of harm. When Angus sees Heath get hurt during the fight, he loses control of his bear and immediately shifts into his bear form. From that point on, Angus makes it perfectly clear to Heath that he is done waiting for him to come to terms with what Heath is to Angus. When I read Heath and Angus' introduction in book 1 my first thought was, "oh my this is going to be fun". And I was right. I was absolutely looking forward to the story of these two. Angus was the only person I saw being able to "tame" Heath. They were a perfect compliment to each other. Heath has the best sense of humor but at the same time, I appreciated being shown his more vulnerable side. I absolutely loved how Angus was so supportive of Heath and was so very patient with him as Heath came to terms with who he really is. Such a beautiful story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is the second book in the series - Bear Brothers. I haven't read the first book and there are times where I think it would've been useful to explain characters already established, but overall, it read well on its own. However, as the series evolves, it would probably be best to read in order. Heath is human and is living with his sister Maggie, in the small inn she runs in the little town of Noel. In order to assist her with maintenance and repairs, he ends up borrowing money from a less th This is the second book in the series - Bear Brothers. I haven't read the first book and there are times where I think it would've been useful to explain characters already established, but overall, it read well on its own. However, as the series evolves, it would probably be best to read in order. Heath is human and is living with his sister Maggie, in the small inn she runs in the little town of Noel. In order to assist her with maintenance and repairs, he ends up borrowing money from a less than scrupulous source and is now struggling to pay it back. Add into the fact that he is questioning his feelings around Angus and coping with changes with his friend Sawyer, it makes for interesting challenges. Angus is an Alpha Bear and brother to Sawyer's mate, Roscoe, they are part of a sleuth who are settling into the woods near town. Angus recognises Heath as his mate and so begins the journey to their inevitable HEA. Angus is very attentive and always seems to appear when Heath finds himself in trouble, I'm not sure if it was a little too "damsel in distress" for my liking, especially around the illegal fighting that Heath has to undertake to pay his debt back (and I'm not convinced with the timeline of the last fight, seriously?). I liked the banter between them and Heath's sister's concern with his actions (also it was an interesting take on her relationship). I liked the twist that a human mating with a bear would cause biological changes to the human to carry offspring - but I did question if the changes were made, why didn't it allow for a natural birth? Seemed like supernatural nature only managed half a job?? Birth by c-section was a little too technology based - what if there wasn't a bear friendly hospital near by?? Overall, apart from the few niggles I had, it was an entertaining read. Angus and Roscoe's other brothers are mentioned and now homeward bound and my interest has been piqued with their stories, so I will look to reading them in the future. This story finishes with a little set up for book 3 and a strong HFN for Heath and Angus. I was gifted a copy of this book by the author for an honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    caroline wilson

    2018-01-11 It was beary good😀🐻 I received this book by the author for an honest opinion This book was brilliant and I really enjoyed it. Though it's the second book in the series it can be read as a stand-alone though obviously you'd be more aware of previous characters but is not necessary. Heath is a human and only moved up to where the bears call home due to his sister who since announcing her sexuality and having her parents turn frosty on her decided to settle and set up her inn and been getti 2018-01-11 It was beary good😀🐻 I received this book by the author for an honest opinion This book was brilliant and I really enjoyed it. Though it's the second book in the series it can be read as a stand-alone though obviously you'd be more aware of previous characters but is not necessary. Heath is a human and only moved up to where the bears call home due to his sister who since announcing her sexuality and having her parents turn frosty on her decided to settle and set up her inn and been getting harassed by the locals. Though the alpha of the den pack has sorted the problem he likes being able to help protect his sister. But having no prospects and having money troubles he soon finds himself in hot water with a local motorbike gang. Angus has had his eye on the little human since he set foot in the area but has been afraid to peruse as everyone is adamant Heath is straight but his bears not having any of it knowing heaths his mate. When the problems come to a head and heaths family is under threat he learns to trust Angus and himself to find some happiness. I really like Heath and Angus as characters and of course the secondary characters made the story well rounded. It was sad and lovely that Heath learnt to let go of his facade of what he perceived to be manly and straight men mannerisms as he acts what he expects a totally straight man to be like even to the detriment of his own preferences and likes. I was glad that he was able to get his happy ever with Angus who is protective towards Heath. A really lovely story and can't wait for the next which has been set up nicely at the end of this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nica

    This story had me cracking up and blushing in equal measure. It was so much fun! The second book in the Bear Brothers series, it deals with Heath and Angus, and it is a sexy tale. Heath is "the straightest man" anybody knows, the ultimate bro who can get all the pretty girls to do whatever he wants, and leave them with a smile on their faces. He's handsome, he's funny, he's sweet and not that bright, kinda like Jason Stackhouse from True Blood, and is now in the sights of Angus, a burly, gorgeou This story had me cracking up and blushing in equal measure. It was so much fun! The second book in the Bear Brothers series, it deals with Heath and Angus, and it is a sexy tale. Heath is "the straightest man" anybody knows, the ultimate bro who can get all the pretty girls to do whatever he wants, and leave them with a smile on their faces. He's handsome, he's funny, he's sweet and not that bright, kinda like Jason Stackhouse from True Blood, and is now in the sights of Angus, a burly, gorgeous bearshifter, who recognized Heath as his mate. Since Heath is "straight," Angus has his job cut out of convincing Heath that they belong together and are meant to have lots of baby cubs. It is a fun story, there's lot of sweet, silly humor and goofy flirting, I especially enjoyed Angus calling Heath lovey-dovey names, like "pumpkin" and "snowdrop." There is also another source of tension in the story. Heath has no job and is working with his sister Maggie, helping her out with her little inn, but is making no money, so he borrows some from a local criminal, who then forces Heath into a fight club situation, which does not make for a happy bear lover. I had a hard time believing some of the situations that dealt with the fighting club, I thought the way the villain reacted was a little far-fetched, but the overall love story more than made up for the bad guy plot shortcomings. I'd recommend it for anyone looking for a fun read about a goofy, cute couple of handsome, sexy dorks.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Lezár

    3,5* PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!! To my ratings: A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*: 5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King), it's like an A+ 4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-se 3,5* PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!! To my ratings: A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*: 5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King), it's like an A+ 4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-series) it's like an A 3,5* - a really good book, which will be reread a few times (most romances where you can enjoy for relaxing and during waiting times in hospitals). I can recommend them definitively! It's like an B+ 3* - it could be more then a one-time-reader (2-3 times a year), it's like a B 2* - it was ok to read, but it's more a one-time-reader (I wouldn't recommend it heartily, but it was ok) It's like a C-, D 1* - sorry, but that isn't really a book for me (too many mistakes, not nice plot, illogical, so an absolute NO-GO). It's like failure in the whole line, dismissed, repeat the class

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Definitely worth a read! I'm enjoying Kiki Burrelli's new series. The first book was good and this one follows in its foot steps. We are now finding out more about Heath, Maggie's brother. I was sorta on the fence with him at the end of the first book. Let's just say he protests a bit too much. He accepts this new aspect of his sexuality considerably easier than I thought he would (the opening scene for instance is a bit of a shocker). Angus is a bit over protective but patient with Heath. He's w Definitely worth a read! I'm enjoying Kiki Burrelli's new series. The first book was good and this one follows in its foot steps. We are now finding out more about Heath, Maggie's brother. I was sorta on the fence with him at the end of the first book. Let's just say he protests a bit too much. He accepts this new aspect of his sexuality considerably easier than I thought he would (the opening scene for instance is a bit of a shocker). Angus is a bit over protective but patient with Heath. He's what you think of when someone says Alpha Bear shifter! At the same time he does recognize that there are some things he has to let Heath do although he isn't the least bit happy about it. I find that I'm not sure about certain plot choices though. Without giving too much away there is a "bad guy" in this book that seems to break character towards the end of the book. Now since some of her books in a series can have an issue that runs through them such as the rogue pack leader in the Wolf's Mate series I'm willing to see where this goes.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katelin Gambino

    This book is so good! I love her world building and I can't wait for more from this series. This author has the amazing ability to write paranormal so that it flows so seamlessly. The only problem I had with it was the description of it as a GFY and first time. Because "the straightest man you know" admits that this wasn't his first time being attracted to men in the book when he comes out. I also would have expected a lot more angst from him, but the most angst was actually in his sisters relat This book is so good! I love her world building and I can't wait for more from this series. This author has the amazing ability to write paranormal so that it flows so seamlessly. The only problem I had with it was the description of it as a GFY and first time. Because "the straightest man you know" admits that this wasn't his first time being attracted to men in the book when he comes out. I also would have expected a lot more angst from him, but the most angst was actually in his sisters relationship. This is one of my one click authors. I will be buying the next book she writes and the next one after without question because she always delivers a fun easy read that is impossible to put down. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Sweet, growly, yet cuddly. So, I really like the “me alpha, you omega, I protect you and worship you” kind of shifter mpreg novels, and this does not disappoint. It must be because I need that in my life, lol. As always, Kiki gave us a happy, fun story. Angus just seems so perfect and the way he dotes and fawns over Heath is hilarious. I think Angus was perfect in helping Heath come into his own, and I just adore Heath’s personality and dedication to his sister. Terrific book, I highly recommend Sweet, growly, yet cuddly. So, I really like the “me alpha, you omega, I protect you and worship you” kind of shifter mpreg novels, and this does not disappoint. It must be because I need that in my life, lol. As always, Kiki gave us a happy, fun story. Angus just seems so perfect and the way he dotes and fawns over Heath is hilarious. I think Angus was perfect in helping Heath come into his own, and I just adore Heath’s personality and dedication to his sister. Terrific book, I highly recommend it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katheryne Tyra

    I love these MC’s. :) I LOVE the snark and humor Angus and Heath have with each other! This was a light hearted, funny, sweet book. Heath is supposedly straight. Angus is his mate. He needs to come to terms with not being as straight as he pretends and Angus needs to learn that he can’t control him, which he does beautifully. He has so much patience with Heath. There isn’t much conflict, which is nice. I loved that Felix was mentioned, but I would be great if the packs could come together more. I love these MC’s. :) I LOVE the snark and humor Angus and Heath have with each other! This was a light hearted, funny, sweet book. Heath is supposedly straight. Angus is his mate. He needs to come to terms with not being as straight as he pretends and Angus needs to learn that he can’t control him, which he does beautifully. He has so much patience with Heath. There isn’t much conflict, which is nice. I loved that Felix was mentioned, but I would be great if the packs could come together more. I can’t wait to find out about Hugh and Julian and maybe their doctor?

  18. 5 out of 5

    P Leslie

    This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed every second of it. The books can be read as standalone but I would recommend reading them in order. This is definitely one of those addictive shifter stories that you don’t want to miss a minute of. I adored Heath - he was sweet but it was his strong heart and need to protect those he loves that truly shined throughout the entire story. His facial expressions always gave away his emotions. I loved how Angus got under his skin - it was amusing This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed every second of it. The books can be read as standalone but I would recommend reading them in order. This is definitely one of those addictive shifter stories that you don’t want to miss a minute of. I adored Heath - he was sweet but it was his strong heart and need to protect those he loves that truly shined throughout the entire story. His facial expressions always gave away his emotions. I loved how Angus got under his skin - it was amusing and made me smile.

  19. 5 out of 5

    R.B. Austin

    "Bearing It All" received TWO AND A HALF stars. The novel gained *stars* for these items: * gained for: "The book caught my interest in the first five pages." * gained for: "I thought about the book when I was forced to set it down and re-enter society." * gained for: "There were no info dumps, poor writing, or copy edit mistakes that jerked me out of the story." The novel failed to gain stars for this item: NO STAR gained for: "I was sad when the book ended. I wanted more!" NO STAR gained for: "That "Bearing It All" received TWO AND A HALF stars. The novel gained *stars* for these items: * gained for: "The book caught my interest in the first five pages." * gained for: "I thought about the book when I was forced to set it down and re-enter society." * gained for: "There were no info dumps, poor writing, or copy edit mistakes that jerked me out of the story." The novel failed to gain stars for this item: NO STAR gained for: "I was sad when the book ended. I wanted more!" NO STAR gained for: "That's it. I'm hooked on this author. I will automatically try anything s/he writes."

  20. 5 out of 5

    jackie thorogood

    Really enjoyed reading this, it is set in sleepy Noah, where the bear shifters have made there home, Angus is an alpha bear, one of the brothers of the pack alpha, when he meets up with Heath a human, Who has moved to Noah to help his sister, he gets himself into trouble with the local bikers. Angus is Heath mate. It is fun watching Angus becoming over protective. I loved it But then again I devour all of Kikis books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrada Matei

    I think it is safe to say that I'll read each and every one of Kiki's books for as long as she'll write them. Her stories get better and better and I can't wait to see how the characters will develop. I think this is my favorite this far from this series. I really loved Heath and how he came to terms with his sexuality and his feelings for his mate. I can't wait to read the next book. I have a feeling it will involve a certain doctor that escaped our bears in this book. I think it is safe to say that I'll read each and every one of Kiki's books for as long as she'll write them. Her stories get better and better and I can't wait to see how the characters will develop. I think this is my favorite this far from this series. I really loved Heath and how he came to terms with his sexuality and his feelings for his mate. I can't wait to read the next book. I have a feeling it will involve a certain doctor that escaped our bears in this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Booklover82

    Heath and Angus, my oh my. So much turmoil in this book, with Heath's denial of his feelings for men, Angus in particular and personal troubles he is determined to fix himself. I love the protective nature of Angus and how he won't give up on Heath and all the things thrown at them. Love all the secondary characters and their interactions in the story. Bring on the next story excited to see more of the family and bear brothers find their HEA. Heath and Angus, my oh my. So much turmoil in this book, with Heath's denial of his feelings for men, Angus in particular and personal troubles he is determined to fix himself. I love the protective nature of Angus and how he won't give up on Heath and all the things thrown at them. Love all the secondary characters and their interactions in the story. Bring on the next story excited to see more of the family and bear brothers find their HEA.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anisha Kanwar

    Amazing Amazing. We’ve met both the protagonist in “Bearly Legal”.. it’s was fun to meet other characters too from the previous book. This book was fun to read. It had drama, action, all the emotions one would like in a mpreg shifter romance. I loved it and you’ll love it. Go get it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    I hate headlines So, this one was just as pretty ok as the first one. Moments of TSTL not withstanding, the book was fine. I wish the author hadn’t done a 180 with Heath, but I’m picking up that she has two characters she can write and they’re always the same. Meh. It was fine cotton candy.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brandy R.

    Loved it It broke my heart that Gaia and Maggie were not True Mates but since it was hard for a bear to ever find their mate that they had a bonding ceremony anyway. I love that though Angus is an alpha and overly protective of his mate, he wasn't bullying or smothering. He let Heath stand up and prove himself. Loved it It broke my heart that Gaia and Maggie were not True Mates but since it was hard for a bear to ever find their mate that they had a bonding ceremony anyway. I love that though Angus is an alpha and overly protective of his mate, he wasn't bullying or smothering. He let Heath stand up and prove himself.

  26. 4 out of 5

    John-Torleif Harris

    Great pairing of MC's Heath is probably one of my favorite characters in this pack. I love how he was curious about mating, but not willing to simply accept Angus' overbearing protectiveness. Knowing some of what comes later, I have to think that things would have been so much easier if the bears and the hybrids just took care of Marcos and his Bulldogs now. Great pairing of MC's Heath is probably one of my favorite characters in this pack. I love how he was curious about mating, but not willing to simply accept Angus' overbearing protectiveness. Knowing some of what comes later, I have to think that things would have been so much easier if the bears and the hybrids just took care of Marcos and his Bulldogs now.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Denise GremoryKohta

    So good! This was the one that reminded me why I love this author so much the first time I read it. I love how we got to see the growth and adaptation the characters, not just Angus and Heath, had gone through. I forgot how much this one revealed. This is why it's great to read them all at once a second time, or third or fourth lol. So good! This was the one that reminded me why I love this author so much the first time I read it. I love how we got to see the growth and adaptation the characters, not just Angus and Heath, had gone through. I forgot how much this one revealed. This is why it's great to read them all at once a second time, or third or fourth lol.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nessa

    I loved the characters in this book and the way that Angus protected Heath (he was too cute) along with the adorable pet names that Angus came up with for Heath. The story held my attention and the writing was well done. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series. Entertaining and fun read. =) I loved the characters in this book and the way that Angus protected Heath (he was too cute) along with the adorable pet names that Angus came up with for Heath. The story held my attention and the writing was well done. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series. Entertaining and fun read. =)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Snozzwanger

    Proofread? Copy editing? Nah... This author is better than this. The plot’s great, the universe well developed, but the word “his” has an “h” in it, and paragraphs are good things... except in the middle of a sentence. Frustrating because there’s a good story to tell, but it deserved better.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Loved the story and the characters. Can't wait to read more about the brothers and their mates. The Bear Brothers are the first books I've read by this author but I will definitely have to go back and get the rest soon. received a free ARC for review purposes Loved the story and the characters. Can't wait to read more about the brothers and their mates. The Bear Brothers are the first books I've read by this author but I will definitely have to go back and get the rest soon. received a free ARC for review purposes

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