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by Kiernan Kelly


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Kiernan's novels of gay romance include Riding Heartbreak Road, Seti's Heart, In Bear Country, In Bear Country II: The Barbary Coast, In Their Own Skins: Shifting Sands, Outland, The Mark of Cain, Uncaged, Vyper, Cornfed, Weapon of Opportunity, and numerous shorter works in print and e-format. Kiernan lives in the wilds of her imagination along with her hubby, known to all and sundry as Kiernan's Publicist, or .

Bear and Pride are leaving their home in the mountains to visit San Francisco. While taking on provisions in Denver, they meet a man who asks for their help to find a missing young man. Neither Bear nor Pride have any idea what they've taken on by agreeing to do the job.

Author of Riding Heartbreak Road, In Bear Country, Hard for the money, Happy world, Cornfed, Setis Heart, In Their Own Skins 3, In Bear Country The Barbary Coast. In Bear Country The Barbary Coast.

The term Barbary Coast (also Barbary, Berbery or Berber Coast) was used by Europeans from the 16th century to the early 19th to refer to the coastal regions of North Africa, which were inhabited by Berber people. Today this land is part of the modern nations of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya.

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Author:Kiernan Kelly, Date: January 11, 2018,Views: 31. Bear sighed and slid another few coins across the desk toward the manager

Sir, our hotel prides itself on the quality of the people who choose to stay with us. Such a man as the one your friend escorted upstairs is hardly-". Bear sighed and slid another few coins across the desk toward the manager.

The Barbary Coast, or Berber Coast, was the term used by Europeans from the .

The Barbary Coast, or Berber Coast, was the term used by Europeans from the 16th until the 19th century to refer to much of the collective land of the Berber people. Today, the term Greater Tamazgha or simply "Tamazgha" corresponds roughly to "Barbary".

Bear and Pride are leaving their home in the mountains, at least for a little while. Pride dreams of visiting the Pacific Ocean, so they're off to the Barbary Coast, ready to see San Francisco. While taking on provisions in Denver, they meet a man named Beckett who asks them to go on something of a quest while they're on their trip. He wants their help to find a missing young man named Jackson Dower. The two men decide to look for Jackson, but they have no idea what they've taken on by agreeing to do the job. There's a lot more to Jackson than meets the eye, and Bear and Pride are in for more than a few surprises. Their search will take them across the prairie and the desert, to the most infamous city in the country. Danger lurks around every corner for Pride and Bear. The past catches up to them, Jackson poses more problems than they really wanted to take on, and Pride ends up wondering if he'll ever be able to see that ocean he's dreamed of for so long. Their journey will test their mettle, and their love. Can Bear and Pride survive their adventure? Find out in Kiernan Kelly's sequel to In Bear Country!

Comments: (2)

Munimand
If you enjoyed the first in this series, you'll enjoy this book. The characters are well done, likeable, and kept me interested throughout. Overall, it was a great read. Well written, ineresting, funny, and a little erotic.
kolos
In Bear Country Kiernan Kelly told us the story of Pride and Bear, two men of the mid of eighteen century who find love when they don't expect it. Above all since Bear was almost an hermit and he didn't think possible to love a man. Instead Pride is all alone and without family since he likes man, and in the common society this is a huge sin, something he can't reveal.

Alone in a cabin, Bear and Pride built a world of their own. The story was very good, but it was limited to that world, cozy and secluded. They didn't interact with the real world which banished them.

The Barbary Coast takes up where we left them and fills up the only weak point of the previous book, putting Bear and Pride among other people. Bear and Pride travel from Denver to San Francisco, since Pride wants to see the ocean. They don't know what to expect, they don't know the big cities, and San Francisco is a boiling city, but also a very dangerous one. Both Pride than Bear are simple men, they are too good and of open heart, and with the newfound wealthy from the previous book, they can allow to buy things and treat themself with the best hotels and restaurants. And also to help Jackson, a young boy they meet during their stay in San Francisco.

The Barbary Coast is an interesting reading for the historical setting, a San Francisco I was familiar thanks to movies and other historical romances: probably an ideal setting since it was a city that, at the end of the nineteen century gathered a lot of people from different origins and social status. And in this book Bear and Pride have the change to test their love and their boundaries, and to see if it's strong enough to survive also outside their secluded cabin.

I like Bear and Pride, but they are a bit naivee, almost innocent. I believe they are very lucky since during their journey they dare many time the fate, and the fate is kind with them. Probably not very true, in the real world, with their open attitude, they would be killed once they step outside the cabin, and instead, in this book, they meet Native American, cops, private investigators, chinese mafia, and so on, always escaping without problems, and sometime also with a nice experience.

Kiernan Kelly amuses herself and the readers, scattering many little historical details (daguerreotypes, Pinkertons...) which always make you feel more real the setting.
In Bear Country II: The Barbary Coast download epub
Erotica
Author: Kiernan Kelly
ISBN: 1603704027
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Erotica
Language: English
Publisher: Torquere Press (June 27, 2008)
Pages: 220 pages