Reviewed by Becca
SERIES: Bear Brothers mpreg #3
AUTHOR: Kiki Burrelli
LENGTH: 158 pages
RELEASE DATE: January 29, 2018
Sent on a mission to secure resources for their bear pack, alpha shifters Julian and Hugh are fine as long as they are together. Which they normally are. So much so, that people forget they aren’t actually brothers.
Julian can’t wait to get out of Mexico, but he would follow Hugh to hell and back. He’s convinced he has a lead on cheap natural resources that the pack cannot pass up. They go searching for the man who can help them. The last thing either of them expects is to find their mate in the back room of a bar in Mexico.
Logan is a man who goes where the wind, and his desire, takes him. He abandoned his career as an ER doctor when one madman took away every person he cared for. Now, Logan travels the world, doing what he can to avoid relationships while never sleeping more than one night in a stranger’s bed. That’s okay for him since the world has so many beds.
Except, then he meets two, gorgeous men who tell him he’s their mate. Everything inside of Logan tells him to run, but the bear brothers are always there to bring him back. They say they want his help, but Logan knows they want much more.
Unbearable is the third book in the Bear Brothers series. It can be read alone but would be enjoyed in order.
Oh Ms. Kiki, you are killing me! In a good way lol, but you’re killing me! You always manage to bring in the most lovable characters, even when they are being asinine, and now you slip another little character in who has barely made a blip on the radar this book, but is about the most adorable thing ever. I want to crawl in your books and just visit with all your characters. Granted I might have to smack the crap out of Grant, lol, but I thoroughly love what you do with each book. They are fun, sexy and have little surprises that keep you coming back for more.
The bears are backs and this time we get to see into the life of Julian and Hugh. They look so much alike, people often mistake them for brothers. They couldn’t be farther from the truth. They are mates and so in sync with each other, they don’t often have to speak to know what the other wants, and move always in such a way, you think they choreographed it. They are on a mission for the ‘camp’, when Hugh gets a smell he is overwhelmed with. He can barely contain himself as he hauls Julian outside in a fit of pure lust and need. When they enter back into the bar, there’s a commotion and this time Julian catches the same scent. Their mate. Logan was a doctor but now travels where he may and helps those he can while he’s there. He’s in a bar’s back room with a man who needs his help, when two huge men burst into the room. Logan about loses his mind. They are a walking wet dream and he is so flustered he almost forgets what he’s doing. He knows nothing can happen with these two. He can’t allow himself to get close to anyone again. But maybe one night won’t hurt. What he doesn’t know is these two aren’t going to let him run without a chase. They will do all they can to keep their mate. Whether he wants them to or not.
I don’t even know where to start with this book. I adore Julian and Hugh. Even when they are being their cocky selves. They are smartasses through and through. And although they are so similar in so many ways, even down to their looks, they actually are quite different. Hugh is the more quiet one. The thinker. He has a way of analyzing everything before he jumps into something. Julian is the more spontaneous one. He would rather leap first and ask questions later most often. But both are so passionate. And there is such a loving nature underneath all the bluster of cockiness. They have soft hearts that they wear on their sleeves. They keep each other grounded when nothing else will. They are completely lost without the other. And it’s a beautiful bond. When they meet Logan, they didn’t even realize there was a part necessarily missing. Yes they felt that maybe there might be another for them somewhere, but because of their bond they weren’t expecting it. But meeting Logan slid everything into place. Everything felt so perfect and right and both sides of their natures wanted to scream for joy. Logan, I adore because he is so compassionate himself. Even through all the hurt he has been through, even when commitment to things makes him run to the farthest corner, no matter where he is, he does all he can for people to make them better. He’s so scared though. He’s longed for a family. People who will love him and stay with him, not leave him in the wind and all alone. When he meets Hugh and Julian, he can’t help but feel the pull of them, but everything is screaming at him to run. And he does. He’s so afraid to let himself trust. He wants to though. On the journey these three have to endure, they meet another little guy that Logan is instantly drawn to. I love his compassion and heart for others. Even though we don’t see much of this little guy, he has impacted me. It’s obvious no one has taught him much. He doesn’t speak well, often hides under things because he’s so scared, but adores Logan and does all he can to protect him. Even from his mates lol! And yes it’s funny. But little Chuey is a special little guy. And I immediately fell in love. Chuey doesn’t have a huge part in this book, but he’s important and I don’t know…I have a thing for the ‘underdogs’.
I recommend for sure. There is something about Ms. Kiki’s books that I adore. The characters always have a way of warming your heart. They seep into your soul and make you love them so much. I’m so glad I got the chance to read the first book of hers, because I can’t put any down since. Go read these today!!