Clarice thought that two weeks in a cottage in the middle of nowhere would be just what she needed to get her cheating ex out of her mind and make her deadline. The minute she arrived and saw the owner working his farm she knew she was in trouble. No man should look that good.
After trying to avoid each other fate pulls the pair together, leaving them no option but to face the facts; they are meant to be together.
This is a sweet little romance and for the most part, I liked it. I did, however, find Clarice a little weak. Her emotions were confusing and didn’t quite gel. Derek was a fantastic character and a strong lead; he farmed, he fished, he baked, and the list goes on.
I am always pleased to see shifter books set in the UK, even if bears are not native to Scotland there are plenty of urban legends about them. Despite my misgivings about Clarice, I did enjoy the book and I would certainly go for book two.