Publisher: Kensington Books, Kensington
Date of publication: March 27, 2018
Genre: Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy
Number of pages: 400
POV: 3rd person
Series: The Honey Badgers
Hot and Badgered – Book 1
Book synopsis (from Goodreads):
It’s not every day that a beautiful naked woman falls out of the sky and lands face-first on grizzly shifter Berg Dunn’s hotel balcony. Definitely, they don’t usually hop up and demand his best gun. Berg gives the lady a grizzly-sized t-shirt and his cell phone, too, just on style points. And then she’s gone, taking his XXXL heart with her. By the time he figures out she’s a honey badger shifter, it’s too late.
Honey badgers are survivors. Brutal, vicious, ill-tempered survivors. Or maybe Charlie Taylor-MacKilligan is just pissed that her useless father is trying to get them all killed again, and won’t even tell her how. Protecting her little sisters has always been her job, and she’s not about to let some pesky giant grizzly protection specialist with a network of every shifter in Manhattan get in her way. Wait. He’s trying to help? Why would he want to do that? He’s cute enough that she just might let him tag along—that is if he can keep up . . .
Trigger Warning: None
This review is going to be super short because I accidentally asked for (and got) a sneak peek of Hot and Badgered. I got the first chapter and what a first chapter it was!! I was hooked and super disappointed when it ended. I need to know more about Berg and Charlie. I need to know where their romance is going. I also need to know why Charlie’s father is trying to kill her. I also need to find out how a honey badger shifter and a grizzly bear shifter romance is going to turn out.
So, guess I am going to go get the book when it’s published. Unless I get the full ARC.
I would like to thank Shelly Laurenston, Kensington Books, Kensington and NetGalley for allowing me the privilege of reading this chapter excerpt of Hot and Badgered.
All opinions stated in this review of Hot and Badgered are mine
**I chose to leave this review after reading an advance reader copy**