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Developed apparently simultaneously by toymakers Morris Michtom in the U. and Richard Steiff in Germany in the early years of the 20th century, and named after President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, the teddy bear became an iconic children's toy, celebrated in story, song, and film.

She seemed to be not quite sure of herself and where she was going with her life.

A suite of Roosevelt's attendants, led by Holt Collier, cornered, clubbed, and tied an American black bear to a willow tree after a long exhausting chase with hounds.

They called Roosevelt to the site and suggested that he should shoot it.

She made some mistakes on the first date and had realistic reactions afterwards I thought. I liked it overall, some of the bear references were a little weird...

I'm going to have to get the other 2 episodes wh Thoroughly enjoyed this short story. I see myself as really open minded and into a lot of "different" stuff I guess when it's outside of a paranormal book and there are no shifters and what not it just was a little weird to refer to a person as a bear because of body hair/size and then asking them to growl. Maybe that's what it was, instead of finding it super hot, which I did find a lot of this hot, when it got to that stuff it just made me laugh. I guess if they just referred to his growly behaviors and hairiness and size without emphasizing the "bear" thing it wouldn't have been as funny and flowed a little better, for me personally. I liked the characters of Naomi and Trevor, and storyline was refreshingly realistic. And the concept that Trevor is describe as a hug gable, good looking, and dependable.

Trevor isn't like those guys you see on the covers of romance novels. This is the first time that I could not struggle through a book that is less than 60 pages long. Now I like the humpty hump as much as the next girl, but I would appreciate it at least being disguised as a story... I loved Trevor who was a few pounds overweight and pretty hairy.

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