When Hairy Met Sally
He must find his fated mate or be exiled from the den.
What I thought was going to be a routine fix of a porch netted me my fated mate. She was stuck in a broken step when I arrived. It didn’t take me long to be smitten with her, but she wasn’t interested. If I don’t convince her that we were made for each other then I get to live my alone in the woods.
The last thing I needed was a man in my life. I’d just extricated myself from an abusive relationship. I just wanted to fix up my bed and breakfast and get it running. But he was relentless. He fixed everything. Including my broken heart.
Then my ex returned and I figured my life was over.
This is a stand alone book.
This is book #1 in the Behr Brothers Trilogy.
You can also get
"When Hairy Met Sally"
at the these digital stores:
Sweeturns :"Quick and good."
Quick and fast read. Straight to the point with a HEA ending. Good character development with a slight complicated background. Two people that have been hurt in love and keep their secrets close and their hearts guarded and walled away. Yet both are willing to take a chance to find real lasting love. Perfection.
Juanita A. Arp :"Good Story"
I enjoyed reading this book 📚, it has a great storyline. I can't wait for more from this author. I received this book as a FREE copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.
Kumotteiru: "A short, refreshing read of a shifter romance.'
Sally inherited a large house and wants to change it into a B&B, but the house needs a lot of repairs. The Behr Construction Company takes on the job and Sebastian, as the carpenter, comes to do the job. He is a bear shifter, as the name suggests. In Sally he finds his mate, but it is ha hard road to not only get Sally to accept, but also to make this relationship work, especially as there is her ex-husband, trying to get his power over Sally back. The characters are written in a way that it is easy to relate to their feelings, so the story is believable on a basic level. It is a great read for the weekend or on a quiet day off.
Skwilt: "Handyman and his mate."
This is a short, light book with an intriguing story line. It was a little light on plot development but in general it was good.