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By Shelly Laurenston Charlotte Kane | Comments: ( 730 ) | Date: ( Nov 12, 2019 )

Growing up on the tough Philly streets, Gwen O Neill has learned how to fend for herself But what is she supposed to do with a nice, suburban Jersey boy in the form of a massive Grizzly shifter Especially one with a rather unhealthy fetish for honey, moose, and uh well, her Yet despite his menacing ursine growl and four inch claws, Gwen finds Lachlan Lock MacRyrie cutGrowing up on the tough Philly streets, Gwen O Neill has learned how to fend for herself But what is she supposed to do with a nice, suburban Jersey boy in the form of a massive Grizzly shifter Especially one with a rather unhealthy fetish for honey, moose, and uh well, her Yet despite his menacing ursine growl and four inch claws, Gwen finds Lachlan Lock MacRyrie cute and really sweet He actually watches out for her, protects her, and unlike the rest of her out of control family manages not to morbidly embarrass her Too bad cats don t believe in forever.At nearly seven feet tall, Lock is used to people responding to him in two ways screaming and running away Gwen half lioness, half tigress, all kick ass does neither She s sexy beyond belief and smart as hell, but she s a born protector Watching out for the family and friends closest to her but missing the fact that she s being stalked by a murderous enemy who doesn t like hybrids and absolutely hates Gwen Lock probably shouldn t get involved, but he will Why Because this is Gwen and no matter what the hissing, roaring, drape destroying feline says about not being ready to settle down, Lock knows he can t simply walk away Not when she s come to mean absolutely everything to him.


  • Title: The Mane Squeeze
  • Author: Shelly Laurenston Charlotte Kane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Audible Audio

About Author:

Shelly Laurenston Charlotte Kane

Originally from Long Island, New York, Shelly Laurenston has resigned herself to West Coast living which involves healthy food, mostly sunny days, and lots of guys not wearing shirts when they really should be Shelly Laurenston is also The New York Times Bestselling author G.A Aiken, creator of the Dragon Kin series For info on G.A Aiken s dangerously and arrogantly sexy dragons, check out her website at gaaiken Pseudonym G.A Aiken



Comments The Mane Squeeze

  • Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

    5 Project: Code Name Bear-Cat Stars *Spoilers*“I am not seven feet tall,” he snapped at her as if she’d really insulted him. “I’m six-eleven.” When she smirked in disbelief, he added, “And three-quarters.”The Mane Squeeze is the 4th book in the Pride series and has now taking the spot of my favorite book in this series. I loved everything about this book. Everything!! Lock is my new favorite hero of the series, bumping Eggie to second place and Gwen is my favorite heroine of this [...]


  • Catherine

    I've been in the mood for funny lately and have been on a marathon of Laurenston's books. This is definitely one of my favorites in the Pride series. Lock and Gwen are so cute together and they are one of the most sane couples we have seen to date. They're sweet and happy together and most of the hilarious situations come from their dealings with their friends and family.I absolutely loved Mitch through this book because I practically died laughing every time he was in a scene! He was constantly [...]


  • Ally

    I'm totes in to playing with my toes tooI mean, who wouldn't want to play with their toes whenever possible. Other than yoga. That's not playing. That's when you HAVE to touch your toes. Anyway.Setting / Time / Genre: Current. NY. Series: Oh yea and I am consuming them like nobody's biznass. I am going to have withdrawals when this series is over. You know that, right? Sexy times:Uh huh. It's a Shelley Laurensexytimeton. Duh. So if the more descriptive of words puts you off. on, nothing to see h [...]


  • Ridley

    This book was like my neighbors: lots of crazy bitches fighting each other and arguing loudly and endlessly without saying a single thing of substance.Hero made me want to buy a teddy bear, though. God, he was lovable.


  • Carisa

    This was so good and funny, what a mismatched H/h and yet so perfect for each other. The author always gives the characters some of their animal traits and I just adored the bear hero. Everything worked for me, love story and subplots.HERO is a Performer, a burnt-out former warrior who’s working towards his long-term goals, patiently but without pause. He’s very attracted to a she-lion with an overprotective family, and although he doesn’t know what a Bear like him can offer to a woman so [...]


  • Tamika♥RBF MOOD♥

    Bazillion re-read at this point.I really love Loc and Gwen together!!! They were super amazing together and this book was truly entertaining. I loved Loc as a H, he was steadfast, calm, and realistic. But most of all, I love how he treated Gwen. Gwen is my type of girl. That girl that has only 1 ride or die friend, who will do anything for each other. Gwen just wants to escape from the confines of her family. Going not very far to NYC and flourishing there, it seems like fate from the amount of [...]


  • MelissaB

    *** 4 1/2 stars ***


  • MrsJoseph

    I quite liked this one! Much better than the last two, for sure. Lock is adorable and Gwen's brothers are idiots. What I didn't care for was any of the sex - skimmed right over - and the dangling plot strings. Also, no real interest in Gwen, so LOVED LOCK. :-D


  • Aly is so frigging bored

    2nd read: April 2014Buddy read with Jo. Jo don't beat me up, it wasn't my fault! I just said I'll read a little at school and then I finished te thing :|Favorite quotes:***don't read them while eating or drinking, accidents may happen***Rubbing his chest where she’d hit him, Mitch glowered blindly across the street. “She’s up to something. She’s trying to keep Gwen here for some reason.”“Maybe because they’re best friends and she’d rather Gwen be here than in Philly?”“Oh, ple [...]


  • Zeek

    At his good friend’s wedding to Smith pack Alpha Bobby Ray “Smitty” Smith, Grizzly shifter Lachlan Macryrie decides the sexy little tigon (half tiger/ half lion) he happens upon is as irresistible as honey covered salmon. But a misunderstanding leads to a brawl causing her to slip thru his paws like his slippery favorite food.Gwen O’Neill, mix breed shifter and sister to two severely protective lions, is a beauty. But does she follow in her Mom’s lioness pawprints and labor in the beau [...]


  • Katie(babs)

    There are not many funny and loopy paranormal books that will have you laughing out loud and rolling your eyes at the same time. The Main Squeeze is definitely one of them. Lachlan “Lock” MacRyrie is not really that interested in social events. But, since this seven foot tall grizzly bear shape-shifter from Long Island, New York has no choice and must to attend his good friend’s wedding, he’ll suck it up and pretend to enjoy himself. Lock enjoys the simple things in life, such as catchin [...]


  • Smokinhotbooks K.C.

    As my college English professor once told me, it’s harder to make people laugh than cry. This was after he gave me a C, but that is another post. This book made me laugh-out- loud. I had happy tears coming down my face. This also could have been due to my antibiotics, as I more than once wanted to swing in circles and shout, “weeee”. This book picks-up after Mane Attraction, (Sissy Mae and Mitch Shaw’s story), where we were introduced to Gwen, who is Mitch’s younger sister and she also [...]


  • Larissa

    Previously Published on my blog: Welcome to Larissa's Bookish LifeSPOILER FREEI was a bit worried about these next few books in this series. I mean, they are all about characters that have had very little to no screen time so far. But, I should have know that I could trust the awesome Shelly Laurenston to deliver, because she ALWAYS will!The Mane Squeeze is the story of Mitch’s from The Mane Attraction little sister, Gwen’s story. My first impression of Gwen when she first showed up a coup [...]


  • Melindeeloo

    Forget shape shifters who make you want to howl, this one will make you want to cover yourself in honey!I really liked the hero of Mane Squeeze, who can deny the charm of a seven foot drop dead gorgeous shifter in a kilt and as a grizzly shifter Lock MacRyrie has an understated danger about him that I found truly appealing and which allows this thoughtful sweetheart of a hunk the ability to make even the fiercest breed of shifters run for cover - or play dead. For a Laurentson leading lady, the [...]


  • Cindy

    Good read. The hero's a 7 foot shifter [who we discover looks EXCELLENT in a kilt:] and just happens to turn into a grizzly bear. The heroine's a mere 5' 8" [practically a munchkin in the shifter world:] mixed-breed who just happens to be Mitch O'Neill/Shaw's little sister.The author delivers her customary hot scenes intermixed with laugh-out-loud humor. Mix together plots [both nefarious and well intended:], shifter prejudices and politics, over-protective brothers [and their mates:], and girl [...]


  • Bo

    REREAD DECEMBER 2017I had to rerate this to a 5 star read because it's freaking awesome. I feel like any book I can reread more than a few times deserves it. Gwen and her 180 head turns, and Lock with his toe grabs still crack me up. If you're wondering what that means then read the book. 😊 It was just as wonderful, if not better than the first time I read it. Love this series!!!


  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)

    So good!


  • Penny Watson

    I think it's pretty apparent why shapeshifters and romance became a successful genre. There is something inherently sexy and domineering and elemental about a wild beast. Strip away the humanity, and what you have left is a being who thinks about eating and survival and sex and protecting his pack and loved ones. There is nothing sexier than an intense, mysterious werewolf claiming its mate (oh, how I love you Vane Kattalakis).I love serious, intense shapeshifters (Sherrilyn Kenyon). I love funn [...]


  • Katie Michaels

    Just when I feared every single shifter in the world of the Pride series was an over-the-top, bizarre, or arrogant joke, Shelly Laurenston proves me wrong. Only HALF of this couple fits the bill. Yes, tigon shifter Gwen is violent, bawdy and a bit, er, low class. But the hero, Lock, is actually kind of normal. At least, as normal as a guy who shifts into a grizzly bear can be. This is progress.You may remember Gwen from the earlier books in the series. She is Mitch's half-sister from Philly. I m [...]


  • Wicked Nyx

    Ok, I am usually a fan of bad-boys, you know the ones - totally alpha, controlling, socially unacceptable, etc. I now have a new favorite type of hero - the Lochlan McRyrie type. Lock is a grizzly shifter, nearly seven feet tall, over 300 pounds of muscle. He is sweet, funny, caring, considerated totally terrifying. Oh, and he looks *amazing* in a kilt! Obsessed with honey (naturally) and fixated on working his way into our girl Gwen's life.Gwen is a hybrid, her mom is a notorious lioness and he [...]


  • Megan

    re-read and the book is still fabulous.Oh my God, I LOVED this book! Shelly Laurenston is my new favorite author. I love everything she writes. It all makes me laugh. Lock is the greatest shifter ever on the face of the Earth. Gwen was hilariously crazy. Like she was kind of a nut job. She was terrified of doctors, thought they were going to harvest her organs. Im not quite sure why that was so funny to me but it was. Lock was extremely laid back. He is one of the best written bear shifters I ha [...]


  • Carolyn F.

    AudiobookI don't know if I'm in a funk with this series but I'm not enjoying them as much as I did when I first started reading them. It seems like the same jokes are repeated over and over - her head turning, he's so big, she's scared of her sister-in-law. These were amusing the first time but by the 5th time I wasn't even smiling. The romance was cute. Now the hybrid will have a part bear, part tiger, part lion baby - what in the hell will that look like. I'm going to take a long break from th [...]


  • Emily

    Gwen O'Neill is not sure what draws her to the handsome Grizzly Lachlan "Lock" MacRyie, but she seems to always find herself in his arms. When they "accidentally" bump into each other again, he finally asks her out, after all bears are deep thinkers. Lock has never met anyone quite like Gwen, sexy, unpredictable, and addictive and he can't think of his life without her in it.Not sure why I kept putting this one to the side, thought it was fantastic. A lot of sub stories that could lead to more s [...]


  • Georgie

    Absolutely gorgeous beta-type hero is the best the thing about this. Shape-shifting is not a genre I'm familiar with, which may be why the rest of the book left me cold: it didn't seem to me that there was enough plot / development to sustain the book outside the frequent dog/tiger/wolf fights.


  • N.J. Walters

    If you love shifters, you have to read Shelly Laurenston!


  • Sarah (A Weebish Book Blog)

    This review was updated on A Weebish Book Blog as part of my TBT Review feature. Review publishes on 11/30/2017.Hey y’all! PNR is one of my favorite genres, and Shelly Laurenston is one of the reasons why. She’s so talented at writing goofy, lovable, memorable romances that never grow old. THE MANE SQUEEZE is one such book. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve reread Gwen and Lock’s story and I still believe them to be one of the hottest couples of the Pride series.I love Gwen and Lock [...]


  • Literary Ames Against GR Censorship

    Bears! My first bear shifter book and what an impression it made! He may not be an alpha male but Lock's very size (6ft 11 3/4inch human and 10ft bear) and demeanour means he can pretty much do whatever he wants as evidenced by his treatment of the "kittens" Mitch and Brendon, sometimes forgetting he was still dragging them like battered ragdolls in his hands. He was very entertained by these two playthings, much to their chagrind need for a hospital afterwards. -LMAO!Lock's bear nature was so s [...]


  • Chumchum_88

    This one was cute and funny, a really light hearted kind of book ^^- I loved the cuddly hero, he was so so so cute with his honey obsession and playing with his toes and how gentlemanly he is and how close to his parents he is plus he's cute when he blushes oooh lets not forget there was a kilt involved XD- The heroine was ok, she garnered some sympathy with her hybrid origins and how this affected her life with bullying and attacks and such stuff, but she was a tough girl, I preferred her best [...]


  • Elise-Pinterest+Goodreads=The Perfect Book Boyfriend

    While I enjoyed this book simply because I like bear shifters and this story gives a better view into the prejudices against mixed breeds, there were a lot of unanswered questions at the end. Also, the heroine is such a scaredy cat (no pun intended). I never get the feeling that she could pretend or defend a grape. Lock on the other hand, is totally hot and I have decided in shifter world, I want a bear. Also, I know that the way it ended with DeAnne was suppose to really make me want to read th [...]


  • valee

    I'm just so disappointed with this one! So many things were wrong with it. I had been loving the books in this series and I was having a great time reading it. I'm worried though because everybody rated it very high, but I just wanted it to end. First of all I hated the "bad guy", or girl in this case. Also I didn't like at all the heroine either. Gwen O'Neill was boring and lame. The thing about the derby didn't attracted me at all and the rest of the characters were lacking in comparison with [...]


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