The Bear Shifter's Nanny (Fated Bears #3)
Falling in love with a murder suspect? Thrilling. It's not easy being a shifter without a clan. But finally, Jasmine Rowland has a job at least. Well, being a nanny is not what she had dreamed of, but it pays the bills. Also, there are worse places to be than around that handsome Doctor Alava with his tight clothes, showing every vein and muscle of his body. But something is definitely wrong with him. What is he hiding? Dr. Eneko Alava’s love left a long time ago. There is not such a thing as a mate for him anymore. All focus is on his beloved children and his practice, a medical clinic for shifters set up in the heart of bear shifter territory. But wait, why then is his inner animal panting for his nanny now? That isn’t supposed to happen. And suddenly… Murder. One suspect. No place to hide. With the law against them and time running out, can Eneko and Jasmine find love? Or does fate have other plans for them? AUTHOR´S NOTE: This is a 31,000-word stand-alone paranormal romance story with HEA, so no cliff-hangers! This story includes alpha male, single daddy, doctor and bear shifter elements. Story contains mature themes and language, and is intended for 18+ readers only. +++ This book includes bonus stories +++

The Bear Shifter's Nanny (Fated Bears #3) Details

TitleThe Bear Shifter's Nanny (Fated Bears #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 30th, 2017
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GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance

The Bear Shifter's Nanny (Fated Bears #3) Review

  • ❤ Fantasy Land Blog ⚛Reviewer⚛
    January 1, 1970
    I liked Jasmine in the last book and how protective she is of her charges. Eneko seemed like a really good guy, wanting to protect the shifters in his town and wanting to protect his family. So when things start going really bad he has to rely on Jasmine to protect his children. But for some reason, I just could not get into this story. I have no idea what it was and I really did try to give it a go. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review.
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  • Jamie Lee Zonneveld
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.I really liked it. It's very well written and I can't wait for the next one.
  • Beth
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.Jasmine is searching for a job, and this position as a nanny just seems like it landed in her lap. She is familiar with the Doctor, she assisted him with saving her former employee's mate. She is soon caught up in such a whirlwind of events, not to mention her attraction to Eneko that everything changes in a heart beat. Not wanting to let the bad things that have been taking place happen anymore without a fight, she steps in.Dr. Eneko Al I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.Jasmine is searching for a job, and this position as a nanny just seems like it landed in her lap. She is familiar with the Doctor, she assisted him with saving her former employee's mate. She is soon caught up in such a whirlwind of events, not to mention her attraction to Eneko that everything changes in a heart beat. Not wanting to let the bad things that have been taking place happen anymore without a fight, she steps in.Dr. Eneko Alava is being dealt some very difficult times. His mate, or at least the woman he was married to and had his two children with, has left not only him but the children. Topping that off the town is aware that he is a shifter and this is not welcome, and due to his being a shifter he is the target of crowds, chanting and something much worse. In for the fight of his life, she appears and things seem to feel good for him.From the beginning there is a spark between these two, one that at the beginning they both try to fight, but fate always has a way of stepping in and putting things in the order and place fate wants, there will be no denying this attraction for long. Just as soon as having Jasmine watching his children, his place of work is being interrupted by anti-shifter protests and now a murder. The conviction falls on Eneko, and he didn't do it. However, because the victim is a former employee and a leader of these protests he is the only suspect. Now he is without a job, and he has to ask Jasmine not to be the nanny for his kids right now. This is not going over well with fate's plans. Once the situation is explained to Jasmine, the spark planted takes over and these two act upon their emotions and the chemistry. Things seem to settle briefly and then a bigger change happens.There is council called in, lies being told, Jasmine and her sister defending Eneko, and at a high price. A piece of joy happens during this bleak time, a baby is born, and that baby holds a secret, a secret that Jasmine knows how it happened and pieces it together. Truth is revealed and justice is being served, however all that while there is a burning desire for Jasmine and Eneko that is not to be doused, no matter how other are trying. The way these two finally allow their true feelings to be revealed is sweet and carnal and everything in between and it all happens in between every bend in the road they go through.Whoever said that Fate doesn't know what she is doing has never had to deal with this much stacked against them and still come out the winner in love and a very happy ever after.
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  • Emily Pennington
    January 1, 1970
    Once again, Jasmine’s younger sister, Lori, was passed out drunk on her couch. She had called Jasmine well past midnight to come rescue her at a club, but never told her which one. So she spent two hours tracking her down and bringing her home. Yet if she yelled at her for her reckless behavior, she might not call next time and Jasmine would worry. Now Jasmine faced the first day of her new job, with no time to properly get ready! So she grabbed her keys and ran out.Dr. Eneko Alava was a local d Once again, Jasmine’s younger sister, Lori, was passed out drunk on her couch. She had called Jasmine well past midnight to come rescue her at a club, but never told her which one. So she spent two hours tracking her down and bringing her home. Yet if she yelled at her for her reckless behavior, she might not call next time and Jasmine would worry. Now Jasmine faced the first day of her new job, with no time to properly get ready! So she grabbed her keys and ran out.Dr. Eneko Alava was a local doctor who treated shifters. He needed a nanny for his two children, 5 and 8 years old, and Jasmine was recommended. As she was discussing the children’s schedule with the doctor, a woman burst in to scream about his request for a grant to fund his clinic. She was angry that shifters, who heal so quickly, would steal resources from humans! As she ranted, Jazz took the children into the bathroom and ran water to drown out the hateful words. The next day, Dr. Alava drove to the clinic and found a group of protestors. They had tried to keep a pregnant woman from going into the office, and when one of the men roughly grabbed her arm, the doctor pulled him away and he fell. A woman who had worked for the doctor before she knew he was a shifter came after him with her protest sign. Someone had made a video of the altercation and gave it to the news to make everyone angry without them knowing the real truth of the incident.When the protesting woman is found murdered, everyone assumes it was Dr. Alava who killed her because of their conflict. Now Jasmine has to step in and try to provide he did not do it! Could she clear his name, especially when the police have no interest in investigating the truth? Who was the real murderer, and was she in danger from that person?This book had a good story line to follow, but it did tend to get “preachy” about prejudice and totally wrong treatment of others. The mystery was a good touch, and the reader can continue to hope for a HEA for Jazz and the doctor. I did enjoy reading this.
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  • Annette
    January 1, 1970
    This is a great story! It stirs up the emotions, some good, some bad :) but that is what makes this a realistic story despite the paranormal elements. I'm sure the author was well aware that this plot is a very sensitive one but that doesn't make this a bad story, it's makes it relate-able. Dr. Eneko is a really good guy and it is doing his best to be helpful to the shifters who can't find trustworthy medical help anywhere else, his good heart is tested to the max. Jasmine & Eneko are loners This is a great story! It stirs up the emotions, some good, some bad :) but that is what makes this a realistic story despite the paranormal elements. I'm sure the author was well aware that this plot is a very sensitive one but that doesn't make this a bad story, it's makes it relate-able. Dr. Eneko is a really good guy and it is doing his best to be helpful to the shifters who can't find trustworthy medical help anywhere else, his good heart is tested to the max. Jasmine & Eneko are loners not looking for love or a mate for different reasons, I felt sorry for both of them because they didn't think true love exist. As the relationship slowly buds, the harassment intensifies, hatred escalates, I really wish they would have had more support from those that are supposed to serve and protect everyone and I really wish their punishment for encouraging hate crime had been more severe. The murder mystery was a shocking twist, in the midst all of the drama....love conquers.I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
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  • Miriam
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.Rating: 2.5 starsI felt like this book was more about the prejudice against the shifters (especially by the police) than really about the romance. So much of the book was dependent of Jasmine (with the help of her half-sister) trying to prove that Eneko didn't kill a woman, because the police can't be trusted to do a proper investigation when a shifter is a suspect. The whole book felt a bit heavy handed on the topic.(view spoiler)[I mi I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.Rating: 2.5 starsI felt like this book was more about the prejudice against the shifters (especially by the police) than really about the romance. So much of the book was dependent of Jasmine (with the help of her half-sister) trying to prove that Eneko didn't kill a woman, because the police can't be trusted to do a proper investigation when a shifter is a suspect. The whole book felt a bit heavy handed on the topic.(view spoiler)[I might have enjoyed this book better, but the ending really hit me wrong. That it takes a human confessing to killing someone because he would get an easier sentence (or even being able to prove self-defense) than a shifter would. I'm not saying prejudice doesn't exist or shouldn't be addressed, but I guess I tend to want a bit more hope in my romance books. (hide spoiler)]
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  • Sandy
    January 1, 1970
    First let me state that I received a free copy of this book for an honest review. I always leave an honest review.Wow!!! I really enjoyed this story very much. I have read many books by Jasmine Wylder & really enjoyed all of them. This story was a quick read for me because it flowed so smoothly. I read this story in one day because I got so wrapped up in everything that was going on. Jasmine, (it's so cool she used her own name), is the lead female and she's a strong woman. She has a crazy s First let me state that I received a free copy of this book for an honest review. I always leave an honest review.Wow!!! I really enjoyed this story very much. I have read many books by Jasmine Wylder & really enjoyed all of them. This story was a quick read for me because it flowed so smoothly. I read this story in one day because I got so wrapped up in everything that was going on. Jasmine, (it's so cool she used her own name), is the lead female and she's a strong woman. She has a crazy sister, Lori, which I will be seeing in a future story. I laughed, I cried, & I was anxious thru this story. I recommend this read. 5 Thumbs up
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  • Patricia Kieffer
    January 1, 1970
    The Bear Shifter's Nanny by Jasmine WylderDr. Eneko Alava is a shifter with two children daughter Maite and son Luken. He is a shifter doctor and works at a clinic. He needs someone to take care of his kids. Jasmine is a nanny and needs a job. She starts to work for Dr. Alava. The Humans don't like the clinic taking government money and started protesting at the clinic. This story has so many twist and turns and is hard to put down. I never would of guess how the book ended. This is just an all The Bear Shifter's Nanny by Jasmine WylderDr. Eneko Alava is a shifter with two children daughter Maite and son Luken. He is a shifter doctor and works at a clinic. He needs someone to take care of his kids. Jasmine is a nanny and needs a job. She starts to work for Dr. Alava. The Humans don't like the clinic taking government money and started protesting at the clinic. This story has so many twist and turns and is hard to put down. I never would of guess how the book ended. This is just an all around great story. I received an ARC and have voluntarily left a review.
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  • Cassie
    January 1, 1970
    Jasmine grew up hiding what she was. Dr. Eneko Alava is a bear shifter who just wants to help others. What happens when society is determined to blame Eneko for a crime he didn't commit? Will Jasmine finally learn that being a shifter isn't something to fear?LOVED these two. I really did think that Eneko proved that he was a great father and a great potential mate in how determined he was to help and protect those around him. I loved how Jasmine evolved from someone who wanted to deny her animal Jasmine grew up hiding what she was. Dr. Eneko Alava is a bear shifter who just wants to help others. What happens when society is determined to blame Eneko for a crime he didn't commit? Will Jasmine finally learn that being a shifter isn't something to fear?LOVED these two. I really did think that Eneko proved that he was a great father and a great potential mate in how determined he was to help and protect those around him. I loved how Jasmine evolved from someone who wanted to deny her animal to someone determined to be proud of it. Great story!
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  • Renata Gill
    January 1, 1970
    The Bear Shifters Nanny isThe third book in the Fated Bears series by Jasmine Wylder and another fantastic and well written book.A single dad bear shifter Doctor finds his true mate in his children's nanny. Once he sees the jaguar shifter he can't get her out of his dirty thoughts. All the bear wants us to make the kitten his.This shifter romance is filled with action and suspense.I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book.
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