Series: Furry United Coalition

Review: Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais

Posted November 18, 2014 by Sherri in Reviews / 8 Comments

Review: Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais
Bunny And The Bear by Eve Langlais
Series: Furry United Coalition #1
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Romantic Comedy
Published by Eve Langlais on August 1st 2011
Format: Paperback
Pages: 164
Source: Personal Copy

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Book Description:

Book Description:
Bears and bunnies aren't supposed to mix, or that's what Chase keeps telling himself when his bouncy new neighbor won't stay out of his business-and his mind. However, the more he gets to know his overly perky neighbor, the more he craves her-naked in his grasp-a desire worse than his addiction to honey and pie. Miranda's on a mission for the Furry United Coalition, and it involves secretly guarding one grumpy ol' bear. Staying focused on the job isn't easy when all she can think about is turning his frown upside down, a task made harder when she gets a glimpse of his passion. When she hears about his theory on woodland creatures and predators not mixing, she thinks all is lost, but she didn't count on a bear's curious nature-and possessive need.


Reviewed by: Sherri

You know those guilty pleasures we all have that we are too embarrassed to admit that we have? Well, I think Bunny and the Bear may be one of those types of books; or it may be like a traffic accident – you know you shouldn’t look but you do anyway.  Bunny and the Bear doesn’t take itself seriously and proved to be entertaining.

At times the dialogue was a bit immature and cheesy and the plot very predictable; but somehow Bunny and the Bear held my interest. The shifter universe in the book is rather unique in that there are crocodile, giraffe, rat and squirrel shifters featured in it.  The interactions between the shifters was different from other paranormal books and was interesting to read.

Miranda, aka Bunny, was a hoot and has sex on the brain 24/7 and absolutely no filter on what she says. She is bubbly, bouncy and everything you think a bunny should be. Chase is big, burly and brusque; everything we would think a grumpy bear would be and is continually thinking of having sex with Miranda and eating pie; both the food and Miranda. I don’t really think I will ever think of “pie” in quite the same way in the future. <grin>

When Miranda goes undercover to guard him for FUC (Furry United Coalition), the dialog between these two is just hilarious enough to have you laughing out loud and the sexual innuendos are just as comical. Overall, Bunny and the Bear is a bit weak and immature but a guilty pleasure when one wants to imbibe in something distracting. Grab a glass of Moscato with this one and read away!