Review: Great Bear Inn by Ursula Maya

Posted April 9th, 2015 in book review / 18 comments

Review: Great Bear Inn by Ursula MayaGreat Bear Inn by Ursula Maya
Publisher: TzR Publishing on October 21, 2014
Genres: Adult, Erotica, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 42
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
Purchase: Amazon
Add to: Goodreads
Rating: one-half-stars

How can Hannah manage so much ménage?

Big, beautiful Hannah is innocent and alone in the mountains. Alone except for the uncommonly big men at Great Bear Inn. The men share a secret, and they are hungry to share Hannah.

Hannah hasn’t had the kind of appreciation the big men of the mountains have to give her.

They are the last of their line and Hannah is their only hope. But will she, can she take the heat of their rough and rising needs?

WARNING: This story bursts with red-hot sex. Not advised to be read in public.

I've been a bad bird. This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years old due to its use of sexual content, substance use, and/or violence. Come be a bad bird with me!

At A Glance

Thank goodness is was free.

The Good

It’s hard not to like some of a book about three bearshifters nailing a voluptuous woman. It’s hot, what can I say.

The Bad

Almost no plot, though there was an attempt at one. And the writing was pretty bad.

The men were described as super hairy, all over, not very sexy.

Spoiler (if you can call it that): The heroine agrees to be the mate to all three bears and to have their babies in about an hour after meeting them. Come on!

The Snuggly

The sex was rough and hot, except for all the hair! So much hair on all of them!

Final Thoughts

I only read this because it was free and I wanted a dose of erotica. Unfortunately, it didn’t itch my scratch. I need a little something more than sex. Not recommended.

Quotes

Her voice shook, “What if somebody comes?”

His voice was a soft growl, “Nobody will. Only you.” He raised his head and looked into her rolling eyes. “A few times, at least. Then me.”

 

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18 Responses to “Review: Great Bear Inn by Ursula Maya”

  1. Lekeisha

    *Gags* I get that they are bears and all that but dang! Has the author never heard of manscaping? Sex means sweat. Just no! I just don’t get why everyone tries to write nowadays. I just don’t. I’m not being mean, but ever since independent publishing came about, everyone thinks that it’s an easy way to make it. It is, if you have the talent. You can’t just write something and decide to put it out there. You couldn’t pay me to read this.

  2. Alreem

    sorry you didn’t like this book but I can’t really anything I don’t like the story line anyway, hope your next read is great one 😀

      • Christy

        Seriously, sometimes I get reply notifications and see my original comment and think what the fuck. Sometimes I get more that one thing running through my head and then mix them together. Proofreading is important.

        • Jennifer Bielman

          I don’t even proofread my comments anymore. I think, who the hell cares? I know what you were trying to say. It’s all good, in the hood, with some wood… see I am not even going to check over this comment, it’s totally sane and logical.

  3. anna (herding cats & burning soup)

    Well damn! I was all on board with some bear loving…and multiples?! Yum! But pass on the hair to that degree. lol And ahhh the insta. Nope. I do love an all about sex book now and again but I do need them to be well written.

  4. Joe DaGrizz

    I know women secretly lust for us Grizzly types but come on LOL. Another book that does us bears a disservice is Bear by Marian Engel.

    An except: “She put honey on herself and whispered to him, but once the honey was gone he wandered off, farting and too soon satisfied.”

    No wonder is hard for a bear to get to know anyone with books like these out there! LOL

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