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Oriana and the Three Werebears

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Oriana Ricci has taken over the family business--flying cargo and rich tourists around the barely inhabited Kodiak Archipelago. When her plane malfunctions and she's forced to make an emergency landing, she finds herself stranded in the middle of a National Wildlife Refuge. With no civilization for miles and no hope of rescue, she thinks all is lost--Until she stumbles upo ...more
ebook, 191 pages
Published May 26th 2009 by Resplendence Publishing
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Brande Waldron
Let me tell you a little bit about Tia Fanning's Oriana and the Three Werebears, which is a Tia's take on the Fairy Tale Goldielocks and the Three Bears. This story is about three reclusive and secretive brothers who happen to live in a reserve in Kodiak, Alaska. Three seriously hot, sexy and deliciously naughty brothers who ALSO happen to be shape shifters working for the government and who are all in need of a woman. Thing is that they have decided that only one woman will be able to satisfy a ...more
Gab
Recommended read. Heroine and Heroes were likable, plot fun and believable, and there was romance with each of the three brothers as are heroine grew to appreciate and lover each of the three brothers and their individual and different qualities.
Realistic non-sexist reason for the brother's needing a relationship with just one woman for all three brothers. The fact that the brother's were Werebears [the brother's were so lovable I say werebear but I'm thinking carebear (he he, will Jack send
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Ri
Not a bad set-up, but the fails a bit in the follow-through. Based on the summary, it seems like it should be menage, but it isn't really; there's no group sex...? One of the brothers is supposedly into spanking, as is the heroine, but the narrative cuts away from the act, so we don't actually see any spanking...? And as for the fantasy element. The brothers are all shifters (werebears), but it's not especially relevant to the plot beyond a justification for why they live in the middle of nowher ...more
Brie
Definitely an enjoyable read, but a little short with not much character or plot development. It never tells why her plane malfunctioned and she had to crash land so that left me confused. But I pretty much liked all the characters just fine, Jon and Jordan being my faves. I thought Jordan was extra adorable and his sex scene at the end was definitely the hottest of all. Jack sounded hot, but a little annoying at how overbearing he was, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love dominant alpha males, ...more
Ellen
Definitely an enjoyable read, but a little short with not much character or plot development.
The characters are just o.k, Jon and Jordan I liked the best . I liked the movie scene the most, I lol .
Jack sounded hot, but a little annoying at how overbearing he was, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love dominant alpha males, but I also like the females to fight back and be strong and she kinda just submitted to everything he said, like wanting complete honesty from Oriana and when she didn't revea
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Yoru
it was more funny than i thought when i start the book ^^
Hannah
This book was good, but it could've been better.
Kiki
This book was ok. Nothing struck me as particularly great about it though.

I don't really like BDSM as anything other than play and it seemed to fit more in the construct of their lifestyle. I really didn't enjoy her being punished for not believing what her eyes saw.

How their family was structured bothered me. And while living in the woods in a bunker maybe fun for a year or two, I can't see raising the family they want that way. Oh, well.
Rebecca
What a pleasant surprise this book was. I have loved Fannings writing and I thought this would be a fun little read. Boy was it great. The characters were fresh and fun. I highly recommend it for a truly different read.
Tricia
Tia Fanning is spectacular with this book "Orianna and the Three Were Bears". A must read for anyone who likes romance and shapeshifters. I highly recommend this book. Can't wait to read more by Ms. Fanning.
Ladymcbeth
Not enough shifting in this book, but good romance story
Shelley
Loved this book. I laughed out loud at several parts!
Lyn Armstrong
This book was awesome. Loved it!
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When Tia Fanning is not lost somewhere in the exciting world of fantasy and romance, you might find her residing in Illinois with her husband, Warren, and two dogs, Drew and Jack.

However, according to her husband, she is usually lost... even the dogs can’t find her.

To learn more about Tia and her adventures, visit her at www.tiafanning.blogspot.com, or befriend her on www.myspace.com/tiafanning.
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