A Siren for the Bear by Meredith Clarke

cover82265-mediumTitle:    A Siren for the Bear

Series:  Sarkozy Book #1

Author:  Meredith Clarke

Genre:  Romance, Shifter

Blurb:   Carson Grant sings for her supper. Between her covers and her weekend gigs, she’s been making it well enough as an indie singer.
Until she lands a job she can’t say no to.

Marek Sarkozy knew, the moment he saw his Siren, that she was the one for him. Now, he’ll do whatever it takes to make her his, even if his heart ignores his reality.

The Sarkozy men hid a secret as old as their ancestors. Their bear shifter genes are slowly dying out. But Marek doesn’t care if he is the last of his line. Not as long as he can have Carson.

But will the danger to his clan outweigh the strength of his devotion to his chosen mate?

Thoughts:  This is my first read by Meredith Clarke, but I have to say that I enjoyed it immensely.  If you love shifter stories, then this author is another great one to add to your favorites list.  The writing style reminded me a bit of Milly Taiden, and I have to say I have already explored the Meredith Clarke’s booklist and downloaded a few other books of hers as well!  The next book in this series about the Sarkosy’s, An Heiress for the Bear, is already out as well and is one of the next books I have already nabbed – and one I can’t wait to get started on!  My only issue was that it did seem to end a little abruptly for me – the pace was fairly consistent throughout, but seemed to really end far to quick at the end!  There really wasn’t enough reaction time for the ‘new’ that gets delivered and what this means for this shifter species.  However, it is a short read (about 85 pages) – so if your short on time, you might want to keep this one in mind.  Disregarding that, it was still a very enjoyable shifter romance.

Rate:  A-

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