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Beers, Bears, and Betrayal

(2024)
(The fourth book in the Lonely Tavern series)
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Bear shifter Calvin thought his future lay in the World Beyond. But he was wrong.

So, when he gets a cryptic message about his best friend’s engagement party, he heads back to his hometown of Wishing Moon Bay. How could Calvin have missed the signs that his best friend had met the woman of his dreams, fallen in love, and proposed? Sure, it was a whirlwind romance…but still…

Or is there magic afoot?

However, a visit to The Lonely Tavern turns his world upside down when Calvin meets his mate, Laurel.
Great. Right? Only it soon becomes clear that Laurel is there to meet someone else. On a blind date.

Calvin sets out to make Laurel see he is the only man for her.

After a hurtful betrayal, Laurel is focusing on her professional life. She’s determined to make a success in organizing events. And what better way than to help launch a new brewery focusing on craft beers?

What she doesn’t expect is to meet Calvin. He is everything she could want in a man and more.

Until she learns, he’s deceived her.

Can these two fated mates find their happily ever after? Find out in Beers, Bears, and Betrayal.

The Lonely Tavern series features standalone small-town, cozy fantasy romances where the stories revolve around a new, quirky, and magical addition to Wishing Moon Bay – A strange tavern run by a witch, who just seems to know when someone needs a little nudge towards finding their Happy Ever After.

Beers, Bears and Betrayal can be read as a standalone, but this series is best enjoyed in order, starting with the sister series - 'Christmas at The Lonely Tavern'.

This is a feel-good romance, with some steamy scenes.

-Sweet Characters
-Fated Mates
-Bear Shifter
-Small Town
-Witchcraft and Magic
-Midlife Romance
-Quirky Characters
-Second Chance at Love


Genre: Paranormal Romance

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