This was about her, and how she saw herself. He meant to do whatever it took to help her see the lass she wanted to be when she looked in the mirror. Not one she was embarrassed by and ashamed of.
I have pretty much enjoyed this series so far so I was excited when I saw this book on Netgalley. I can't say that I really took all that much notice of Bear in the previous books but I still was looking forward to reading his story. This was definitely a good addition to the series but it still had some problems.
Whenever Bear and Catriona were together it was pure magic. I loved their banter in the beginning and I loved seeing their relationship progress from a certain wariness to love. They really brought out the best in each other and I couldn't help but root for them to be together.
I felt like this got off to a slow start. Honestly I was a bit bored for maybe the first third of the book. Once Bear and Cat started to develop somewhat of a grudging friendship the book seemed to pick up. I also felt as though the ending was a bit rushed. I would have definitely liked the pacing to have been better.
I was absolutely enraged with how unsupportive and hypocritical Bear's family was towards his relationship with Cat. They spent the whole book putting Bear down and only thinking about themselves and their comfort. Winnie was definitely the most supportive and that made her the most tolerable of the bunch to me.
Bear and Cat really are what shines the most from this book. This was not perfect but it was definitely enjoyable. I don't know if there will be more books in this series but I would be interested in reading more.
*I received a free copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.*