Trent Burgress thought he’d get some much needed R&R at his house overlooking a stream and mountain range. However, rest isn’t what he gets when he spots a young woman fishing, or at least trying to fish. She sparks his interest and despite the fact that this is his private property, he lets her continue while spying on her with his binoculars.
Emily Smithfield doesn’t know how to fish, she hates the outdoors, and the nearby wolves howling make her want to run for cover. Going home isn’t an option because she promised her dad she’d stand in as a proxy on his fishing and hunting trip.
Things begin to look better when she meets the sexy man who owns the nearby house.
After he helps her land a trout and they get to know one another much better, there’s only one thing left on her dad’s to do list. Bring home a trophy bear.
Problem is Trent’s a bear shifter and he’s definitely not going to help her hunt down one of his buddies.
Can these two find a compromise that will keep everyone happy?
Emily is supposed to bring home a trophy bear only problem is she doesn’t know if she could kill one, but her problem just may be solved when she meets the hot and sexy Trent in this erotic shifter romance. I was completely charmed by this short, sweet and fun shifter novella and while I wish the stories in the series were longer, I can’t wait to read the next one.
“Copyright Night Owl Reviews”©
4 STARS 4 FLAMES
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Evernight Publishing, June 22 2014, 43 pages, ebook
About Vanessa Devereaux:
Author of erotic romances, contemporary, historical, paranormal, suspense and erotica.
Vanessa Devereaux was born in London, England but now resides in the US. She writes both erotica and erotic romances. She's the bestselling author of Who's The Boss? and Cater to Me as well as reader favorites One Night With You, Caught in the Act and Double Your Pleasure. Look for more of her upcoming titles including Last First Kiss. and another trilogy called Just For Your Pleasure, plus an erotic ghost story.
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