His wolf can sense her, but is he worthy of her?
Forget what anyone tells you: the holidays are hell. Bickering family members, rushed shopping and every woman stressing over setting the perfect holiday spread. Ginger knew this full well as she struggled to keep her cakes and pastries in stock. It was a good problem to have, but lately it seemed like all she had were problems. But just when you think you have life figured out, six feet of the right kind of problem walks in the door. Now there's a problem I'd like to tackle.... Wait, what's going on with his eyes?
Jack is on the hunt. Not for an enemy, and not for the delicious moose he sometimes indulges in back home in Alaska. What's brought him to Gray Creek, ND is his idiot brother. Who travels across the country to get involved in something that doesn't concern him? His brother, Connor, that's who. But before he can grab Connor and drag him back to Alaska, he meets her, and she's something fierce.
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Great character development with a quick connection. Very enjoyable quick read.
Has potential. Wasn’t completely awful.
Coming to the small town of Gray Creek for purpose only Jack Wellington was looking for his brother. A stop at the towns bakery provides him something else altering his future. Shifters don’t stop in this small town and Ginger knows that her life will be different after meeting this man. I’d love to continue but it’s the same predictable romance, so y’all can guess what happens. This book while being predictable has a ton of potential in my opinion. The chapters seem jumpy, they could be expanded with details and more interaction. The female seems kinda weak, she just runs her bakery, has a cheating ex, and meets a new guy. There is potential there too but it would take corrections. The main “couple” goes from strangers to mates to pregnant in the span of a week. The only time the MC/fMC are seen talking really is when he comes into her bakery in the morning for food and then right before he rents the cabin down the road from her house. Overall if you like short, predictable, romance then this is probably for you.
This was sort of a let down thought I was getting a book. Alas, it was more a short story and it was just so so.