The Right to Bear Arms by Vivienne Savage – A Book Review

Posted December 14, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reviews / 0 Comments

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The Right to Bear Arms

by Vivienne Savage
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Shifter, BBW, PNR, HEA
Available on Kindle and in Paperback

Down & Dirty

This is a charming afternoon distraction that offers just what it implies; a Shifter romance with a HEA.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

After years of abuse, Daniela Reyes escapes her marriage to strike out on her own. With a rented house near the wilderness and a sexy neighbor down the road, life seems typical until she finds a black bear snoozing in her new hammock.

Despite warnings, she feeds her wild friend and watches him return day after day. Her bear is the ideal distraction from the ex who won’t let her go.

Russell Hawkins has dedicated his entire life to protecting others. When the death of his wife drives him to retire from the Army, he settles in a remote community for the peace, quiet, and privacy to be himself. As a werebear, he roams the woods with his dog, the perfect diversion from his grief — and the voluptuous divorcee down the lane.

Thoughts on The Right to Bear Arms

This was sweet and short, following a contemporary like format for romance, with the added kick off a paranormal element. Emotions build quickly, but it lacks the angsty feel of fate or threat many PNR’s have, instead offering up a couple that does the unthinkable – actually date and get to know each other. 😂

Like I said, it’s sweet. Oh, there is a smidge of danger, but that is to be expected when dealing with characters like these.


  • Charming southern cowboy.
  • Interesting enough Plot.
  • Kinda adorable, really.


  • Very short. Book actually ends around 96%.
  • Not much to the plot.
  • Lacks the human making a bear explanation.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type



R (erotic)

Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range

30’s? Early 40’s?

My final verdict on The Right to Bear Arms

Stand alone Shifter Romance that is sure cause a smile.

Published June 24th, 2015
152 Pages

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