Cowboy Bear Blues
SBTB's Genres for this Title:Paranormal, Romance
Related Themes for this Title:Enemies to Lovers, Fated Mates, Were/Shifters
What woman wouldn’t want a smokin’ hot cowboy in her life?
Lynn has moved to the Hawkins Ranch, left to her by her Uncle Freddy, who she had not visited for years. This leaves her with a wedge of guilt, that is difficult to shake off. She should have been here for him, and nursed him. Instead, that duty fell to his neighbors over at the Williams Homestead, despite, as she soon hears, of the feud between the families.
Has she made the feud worse, by turning down the substantial amount of money the Williams family offered her, if she would sell them the Hawkins Ranch?
She had her reasons for not selling, this move gives her a chance to escape a world she has grown to hate. Her parents own a chain of hotels, and she could have a secure life, working for them. Yet the work leaves her unfulfilled, and so against their advice, she leaves her comfortable life for the wilds of Black Bear Ford.
Only what she finds isn’t so much wild—at least his human side isn’t. In fact, Adam Williams is everything she could want in a man, and then some.
The only problem is the feud between the families. You see, the Hawkins Ranch should belong to the Williams family, but it was lost, some years ago, in a wager. Worried Adam is only interested in her for the ranch, can she learn to trust him, while coping with a house that has no proper plumbing, and don’t mention the electric wiring.
Adam Williams has found his mate. And he intends to do whatever it takes to get her to agree to be his. Forever. If only life was that simple. His dad is obsessed with getting the Hawkins Ranch back under his control. To him, the Homestead is everything, because of a promise he made to his own father.
But Adam has a further blow for his father, he doesn’t want to be the sole heir to the Homestead, he wants to break with family tradition and share it with his three brothers. If he isn’t careful, he’ll be needing to ask Lynn to let him move in, or else he’ll be homeless, and penniless.
Can Adam get his girl, and break with family tradition, without breaking his father’s heart? Find out, in Cowboy Bear Blues.