HIS TEDDY BEAR BY EVE LANGLAIS PDF
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All he wants is his chubby Teddy bear. Teddy has finally found her mate. There’s one big problem though. He doesn’t like what he sees. All he wants is his chubby teddy , who is ironically enough a bear shifter, has finally found her mate. There’s one big problem though. He doesn’t like. Read “His Teddy Bear” by Eve Langlais with Rakuten Kobo. All he wants is his chubby teddy bear. Teddy, who is ironically enough a bear shifter, has finally.
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Chubby Teddy, who is ironically enough a bear shifter, has finally found her mate. Reece never imagined his chosen mate would be a woman with extra curves, but all it takes is one taste to realize the benefits and turn his world upside down. Their arguments are many, their lus All he wants is his chubby Teddy bear.
What will it take to win her trust and heart? Kindle Editionpages. Published March 31st first published April 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about His Teddy Bearplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Feb 03, Tedfy W. My mate’s a chubby? Not only does Eve Langlais have an obsession with calling average-weight women “overweight” and “chubby”, but she seems to constantly make the character “heavy” for no reason.
It doesn’t further the story. It just gives the character something to hsi insecure and contrary about. I have enough body issues of my own – why the FUCK would I want to escape to a fantasy world where I get to read about somebody else bitching about how that hot guy can’t possibly be attracted to her because she isn’t a size 2? That is in no way appealing to me.
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Just say she’s curvy and let the reader imagine just HOW curvy she may be. I’m really sick of this “chubby” shit, when the characters are average and their weight doesn’t matter at all. I agree, girls with curves rock and all. But dear god, write something else. I made the horrible mistake of giving this a second shot.
It gets so much worse. The guy calls the girl chubby Langlias was so rude, I literally yelped out loud and reread it to make sure I wasn’t hallucinating. And this girl is sooo freaking bitter about her body, it’s It’s mentioned every other paragraph and both characters are warped in their thinking about weight and body image in general.
I’m officially giving up on this author. View all 4 comments. Most books I have read by Eve have been on the witty and humors side. I was teedy happy to read this side of Eve. But some of you may have a problem Most books I have read by Eve have been on the witty and humors side.
But some of you may have a problem with the constant whining Teddy has about her weight. He longed to chase after him and inflict damage, but that would mean leaving his fated mate alone to start more mischief. View all 9 comments. Oct 13, Madison Warner Fairbanks rated it really liked it Shelves: Neither Teddy nor Reece wanted tedyd mate but fate has different plans.
Reece gets his first look at the curvy bear, and unthinking, speaks his dismay out loud. When Teddy storms out of the bar insulted, Reece follows. Because she sure smells good. Entertaining, lots of sex, and love. This short paranormal romance was recommended to me because I was looking for a “fated-mate” story in which the mates weren’t instantly attracted.
It’s probably as close as I’m going to get, since of course you have to have some kind of attraction to know someone’s your fated mate, now that I come to think of it.
Shifters Teddy and Reece quickly recognize each other by smell, but both are initially aghast to see whom fate has paired them with. Reece, who loves tall thin women is appalled that his This short paranormal romance was recommended to me because I was looking for a “fated-mate” story in which the mates weren’t instantly attracted. Reece, who loves tall thin women is appalled that his mate is short and chubby; Teddy, a bear shifter, had expected another bear, not a wolf.
But her real issue is the look in Reece’s eyes when he sees her: This was a cute, entertaining read. I liked that Teddy fights her attraction, refusing to be involved with a man who doesn’t appreciate her.
His Teddy Bear
And I sympathized a lot with her sadness, although it irked me that her mate is her physical ideal, as well as the classic tall, broad-shouldered, thin man that almost all romance heroes are. It’s considered great for romance heroes to appreciate a plain or large woman, but less conventionally attractive men don’t get any love.
And I didn’t buy how conceited, arrogant Reece changed into the perfect loving mate so fast, and would like to have seen more growth. Although labeled “erotic romance” this seemed fairly tame to me, other than the fact that it uses blunt language and both characters are sexually experienced and hop into the sack quickly. So a good read for those who prefer their erotic stories on the vanilla side. View all 8 comments. I really like Eve Langlais. Nothing about her stuff is polarized good-bad, virgin-slut, hot-ugly and that isn’t all that common in romances.
I didn’t tedy it until I had read some of Langlais other stuffbut so many romances have very polar heroines in terms of their sexual experiences. These woman are either virgins, experienced from other long-term relationships that hurt them, generallyor repentant sluts. Again and again Langlais presents us with women who are sexually aware and d I really like Eve Langlais.
Again and again Langlais presents us with women who are sexually tedyd and don’t need to justify it, in fact, their sexuality is mostly used as a character descriptor rather than a plot builder. An example of that using another element would be: She grew up in a single parents household with her father v.
She grew up in a single parents household with her abusive father. With the latter we can assume that this will probably have a big impact on the character that affects the plot in some way. The former is just sort of a detail about the character.
I can’t think of any author that does this as well as Langlais and it really captures the people I know in life. Therefore, I’d argue it’s a realistic portrayal of women in our society today. Yes she can be tedxy active, yes she can enjoy it, no she might not be in a committed langlasi, but none of this is a bad thing, it doesn’t make her a slut, in fact it doesn’t really matter at all Ok, so praise of Langlais aside, let’s get to what I yis like about this story.
I’m not sure how large she was but we know she is short and curvy having grown up with Amazonian-like women in her bear pack.
She tedsy always been different in a negative way, has been bullied for it and has only come to terms with herself and found self-love in adulthood. Maybe it makes a difference that I’m not fat but I really walked away with a bad impression of Teddy and her fatness. At first it seemed all good, Teddy seemed comfortable in her skin and ready to defend her hotness but that all started to fall apart and Teddy’s fears were all based around this element of herself that she can’t change.
I felt like telling her to shut up and work it. So she get this mate and she’s worried that he will lose interest in her so she push him away. Ok fine, I sort of get that, but why did she never try to hold his interest?
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She didn’t smack on a sexy bra or act especially flirty and sexy. I’m sitting here not knowing why he is still with her. Let’s face it, nothing comes to anyone without work and effort.
This is true in all aspects of our lives including relationships. Our hero puts effort into winning the heroine’s trust and love? She only puts effort in trying to get away from the relationship. Seems like a bit of a double standard that the man is bending over backwards to woo her and she does nothing, absolutely nothing, back.
That’s a bit of a teddy message to the youth, isn’t it? I didn’t see her as strong or confident. I saw her as a whiny cry baby who isn’t willing to try for things she wants even when it seems like a lost cause. To finish of this compliment sandwich of a review I want to end by giving Langlais kudos on the plot major conflict of this story.
When I read it I just thought “Oh Man! That would totally hiz to me”. The premise here is that they are mates, they smell each other before they see each other, and when he sees her he’s surprised disappointed that she isn’t his physical type.