» Nailed, Ophelia Bell

Posted October 27, 2015 by / 0 comments

I received this book from the author and/or publisher FREE of charge in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

BEWARE, please! This book contains explicit sexual content and may or may not contain Erotica &/or BDSM content as well. As such, it is not suitable or appropriate for readers under the age of 17 or readers who would be offended by this subject matter. My review may also contain conversation of the same. This warning has been extended to include some NEW ADULT as well.
Nailed, Ophelia BellNailed by Ophelia Bell
Series: Black Mountain Bears #3
on 09 October 2015
Genres: Paranormal, Romance, Adult, Fantasy & Magic
Format: eBook
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In that second, he knew without a doubt that it was a hunger he could feed, and would relish being devoured by her.

Jade Stonetree has spent her entire life in the shadows of her family. Now that they’ve found their true loves and true callings, Jade is left behind, wondering where she really belongs.

All the other young ursa who are born inside the Sanctuary take a pilgrimage into the human world when they come of age, but Jade grew up Outside. She’s seen the human world. Lived in it for her entire life. So instead she recruits a pair of young ursa males to give her a tour of her new home, under the pretense of a camping trip.

In truth, she’s taking her own personal pilgrimage to try to find herself. If only she could find a moment alone without her pair of attractive, solicitous traveling companions distracting her at every turn.

But the solitude she craves is interrupted by magical and hormonal urges she isn’t prepared for, and which only a male of her own race can remedy. Without her companions she is beyond hope, until a pair of strong arms drags her from mortal peril and coaxes her through the ordeal.

When she regains her senses, she is faced with a question. Accept an infertile ursa male who’s stolen her heart with his selflessness, or give him up for the pair who can give her what every ursa female wishes for: a child?


I took part in Amelie Hunt’s Arc Wave promo. Whoever signed up was given (for an honest review) five series of three books each of ARC’s from five different authors to read and review by October 9th. These are all novellas and I was a little stumped on how I was going to do up the reviews, but decided to break them into five posts with each having all three books by the same author.

So let’s get started!  

My Thoughts Green swirls

Nailed is book #3 in the Black Mountain Bears series by Ophelia Bell.

I LOVE THIS SERIES! 

I’m a huge fan of this world and this series.  I love mystical magical places and to top that off with fantastic characters and some hot sexy scenes to go with????   Yeah, I’m so in!

I have been hooked since book one and the series seems to get better with each book.  So far I have loved all of the characters but I gotta say, Jade is freakin’ awesome!

Ophelia Bell has been on my radar for awhile, but I haven’t had the opportunity to read too much from her until this reading event that I took part in. Now I know what I’ve been missing. She’s a natural at weaving an epic (and rather sexy) tale.

In A Nutshell:

In case you missed it already… I loved it!

steam rating scorchingGreen swirlsAwesome I loved it

About Ophelia Bell

Ophelia Bell writes about sex. She doesn’t write sex to arouse others, though that is a happy side effect. She writes sex for the very specific and personal reason of experiencing those things that tie her to the earth, that keep her grounded. It might seem counterintuitive – that sex elevates us (at least if it’s enjoyable) because of all the analogies to flying away we see in erotic writing, but Ophelia thinks Milan Kundera asked the right questions:
“The heavier the burden, the closer our lives come to the earth, the more real and truthful they become. Conversely, the absolute absence of burden causes man to be lighter than air, to soar into heights, take leave of the earth and his earthly being, and become only half real, his movements as free as they are insignificant. What then shall we choose? Weight or lightness?” – The Unbearable Lightness of Being

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