Alan was kidnapped, tortured and had his shifter DNA forcibly
activated. The only problem is he can never shift fully and he
is forever a monster. Now revenge is all he has. He figures he
will soon lose control of the monster and be killed. So he
must kill Elizabeth, the woman who created him before he dies.
Tonya is the bear clan beta to Alan\'s brother Carl, who
Alpha. Tonya is also deputy sheriff who Alan has had a crush
on since he was fourteen years old and Tanya kiss him on a
dare. So when she comes searching for him to stop him from
becoming a murder, he is incapable of staying away from her.
When Tanya gives into her instincts and seduces Alan, the
fireworks start and keep exploding.
Hot and sexy as it is for them Alan must fight the monster he
has become and Tanya must stick by his side and show him how
to come around and realize he is not as bad as he thinks he
is. Can her love and body make him see the truth or will he
succumb to his animal instincts?
Kathy Lyons has created a hot sexy series with her shifters
and FOR THE BEAR\'S EYES ONLY is no exception. Sexy scenes
combined with the chase of the Elizabeth, creates a story you
won\'t want to put down. The Bear Clan and people in it are a
great group of characters in an inventive world full of
loyalty and love. Paranormal romance reader will enjoy this
series and Tonya and Alan\'s story.
Life as Alan Carman knew it is over. After he was
captured and tortured by a mysterious enemy, the lawyer's
latent grizzly-shifter DNA was triggered. The old Alan is
gone, and in his place is a terrifying vicious beast that
lives and breathes for revenge. He will track down the
person who did this to him-and it'll be the last thing he
Tonya Kappes refuses to let Alan run headlong to his
death. A bear-shifting deputy-and the Gladwin Clan's
beta-Tonya faces Alan with one weapon: the love that's
lingered between them since they were kids. But the
idealistic man she knew has changed...into something raw,
primal, and unbelievably sexy, igniting every lustful
cell in her body. And, if Alan can't learn to love the
beast inside himself, maybe he can love the animal in her
. . .