Review: A Beary Sweet Holiday by Lia Davis

The kitchen isn't the only thing heating up this winter...

Tiffany Black, culinary artist and owner of Beary Sweets Café, is determined to make this year's Winter Solstice celebration one to remember. Especially since it will also be the mating ceremony for her brother, Anthony, and soon-to-be sister-in-law, Connie. She wants everything to be perfect. Unfortunately, you can't always get what you want. When she falls off a ladder in her café and breaks her ankle, she fears her plans are doomed. Until the sexy bear Healer, Holt, comes to the rescue--stirring up more than just recipes.

Mating has never been at the top of Holt's to-do list, and he's known Tiffany all her life. So when the mating urge slams into him after mending her ankle, he's taken aback--unsure and intrigued at the same time. The girl he watched grow up is now a curvy, sensual woman, and his bear wants to claim her. He wants to claim her.

The stubborn female refuses to follow Healer's orders and allow her ankle to heal, and she's hell-bent on catering the winter celebrations. In order to do what needs to be done, she insists that he help her. Since it gives him an excuse to stay by her side, he's all right with that. As they work side by side to make the Solstice unforgettable, their passions ignite, and things turn utterly delicious.

A BEARY SWEET HOLIDAY is a VERY short read (approx. 34 pages) that gives us a small peek into the Bears of Blackrock series. Ms. Davis teases us with the story of two bears—Tiffany and Holt—as the mating frenzy takes hold and both are recognized as each other’s mate.

I really enjoyed the read, although I wished it were longer. There are a lot of secondary characters introduced during the short story that have me curious about them and the previous books in the series. Like the fact that one of Tiffany’s brothers is in service to a demon? I’ve got to know more!

If you’re in a time crunch and need a quick Christmas-y romance fix, I’d highly recommend you pick up A BEARY SWEET HOLIDAY. If not for the story, do it for the cute title! That’s what hooked me!

I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.

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