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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Review: Goldie & the Three Bears by Honey Jans

Title: Goldie and the Three Bears

Series: No
Author: Honey Jans
Published:  Whiskey Creek Press Torrid (first published June 2011)
Tour: Sizzling PR

When Goldie Lockwood, a half breed Were-Bear with no powers, runs away from her clan the last thing she expects to run into is the trio of Were-Bear studs of her erotic dreams. It’s mating season and she isn’t even in the running, being a dud DNA-wise. 

But when they touch her she can’t resist making them her harem. Just who seduces who in this twisted tale? And will Goldilocks find the Were-Bear mate that’s just right?

Goldie, nicknamed for her golden hair – real nickname Honey, is at her grandfather’s cabin working… well, sleeping at her laptop when she hears a noise. Someone is in the house. She does the right thing – she takes off outside. That’s the first thing I liked about Goldie, she didn’t stay inside and investigate, she took off. Self preservation wins big in my book. But then someone take a shot at her!! So again, she takes off running – and then she sees a cabin all lit up. Just perfect for this little half breed werebear!

No one is home when she gets there , but it isn’t long. I thought this story was really fun how it followed Goldilocks and the Three Bears. I’ve read a few erotic romance stories that try to follow fairytales and such, and many of them fall flat. I felt that Goldie and the Three Bears took an original take on the story. Honey Jans made it her own, and I am excited to read more of her work.

These werebears aren’t ordinary bears though – they have abilities. Abilities? Yep, like super powers. The Bear brothers, Cruz, Tyson aned Lane, all have powers. And Goldie has a little something up her sleeve. When the four of them get together it is definitely a treat!

Ok, so some of my readers might be aware that I love werebears. Yes, I have a bit of a predisposition to them. They are big, aggressive, gruff, and beneath that fur they usually have a heart the size of… well, a bear. And Cruz is the head bear in the Bear house. And he is wonderful. He possesses all of my favorite traits, and he is not shy when he meets Goldie. No games here, the man is about business, and business is booming!

So this story is an erotic paranormal romance, and I felt that it was really great on all three of those levels. The sex scenes were all great and hot, but the ones with Cruz and Goldie could melt the paint off a car.

And for people looking for more than just sex – this story has that too. Don’t forget, someone broke into Goldie’s house and took a shot at her. Who could it be? Well, no, I’m not going to tell you. That would defeat all purposes of this review! But if you want a quick hot read, I think you would do well to pick up this book. It was fun and a great page turner. 

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Honey Jans lives in a small Midwestern town with her husband and true inspiration. She is a born romantic with an extraordinarily vivid, yet kinky, imagination. Honey loves writing erotica and hopes that her stories add a little spice to her readers lives.


  1. Liz @ Fictional CandyNovember 13, 2012 at 8:45 AM

    Thanks! I usually don't go for stories based on fairytales and such, but this one really worked for me! :)

  2. Sounds cute and sexy.

  3. OMG I'm so going to have to read this! I LOVE werebears too! And three of them? Yes, please! I'm already liking Goldie. I'm big on the self preservation thing too and running when you should be running ;)

    Have you read Shelly Laurenston's bears? That's what got me hooked on em :)

  4. Liz @ Fictional CandyNovember 13, 2012 at 12:22 PM

    No, I've only read her wolves. Didn't know she had bears! Thanks for the tip!!

    Have you read any of Eve Langlais' bears? They are so great, I love them :)

    And there's another werebear book.... now I'm going to have to put on my thinking cap and think of who it was lol

  5. Liz @ Fictional CandyNovember 13, 2012 at 12:29 PM

    I thought it was fantastic :)

  6. How fun!! This book sounds interesting, I just might have to pick it up.

  7. Liz @ Fictional CandyNovember 19, 2012 at 9:30 AM

    It's really fun!


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