• Wreath of Fire

  • Smokey Mountain Bears, Book 2
  • By: Toni Griffin
  • Narrated by: Michael Fell
  • Length: 3 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Wreath of Fire

By: Toni Griffin
Narrated by: Michael Fell
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Publisher's Summary

Who said burning down your kitchen was a bad thing?

Michael's trying to start a new life away from his abusive father, but he's drifting and not sure what he wants. When he accidentally starts a kitchen fire, the hot new fireman who comes to the rescue is not only another bear shifter - he's Michael's mate. Michael desperately needs to get his act together and figure out what he wants if he has any hope of claiming the bear fated to be his.

Please note: You can enjoy this story as a stand-alone, or, if you would like, you can listen to A Bear in the Woods, the first book in the Smokey Mountain Bears series.

©2014 Toni Griffin (P)2020 Toni Griffin

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loved the story, l like the idea of people that turn in to bears according to where they live. The only problem I have with the story is the use of the word "Prick". Men (at least gay nen) don't use the word prick in reference to a, there penis, dick, cock. When you use the word prick it put in the mind the idea of an assholw as in a stupid irritating self absorbed junk. When referring to a man's cock, dick or penis in having sex, grabbing, sucking or in any sexual setting prick does not work for me. Thanks for the story's I do like them.