I absolutely loved this story. I was definitely sympathetic to Rylee's plight as chaperone, being the oldest in the family does have a downside.
Rylee gets stuck as the chaperone for her brother and his friends, to keep them out of trouble. Little does she know that her camping trip will bring her to the man of her dreams. Atticus escapes to Elora Gorge for a much needed break from his dad's matchmaking for a mate, and ends up meeting her on a hiking trail. Immediately there's a feeling of heat in the air that has absolutely nothing to do with the weather. Atticus and Rylee are swept up in a storm of passion that can only intensify when Atticus claims her as his mate, if she can accept him for who he is.a werewolf and her mate.
Rylee doesn’t have high hopes for the Victoria Day weekend camping trip, seeing as she’s been roped into taking her brother and his juvenile friends. But her mind is changed when she spots a gorgeous man on a hiking trail. She’d like to be zipped in a sleeping bag with him, no doubt about it.
Atticus came to Elora Gorge to get away from his father and his demands that his son find a mate. Like yesterday. Atticus needs time away from being groomed to be the pack leader and the endless stream of “suitable” mates thrown his way in hopes of stirring his mating urge. No luck yet. But then he spots a shy mortal who draws him like no other.
The tent heats up quickly, but before Atticus can tell Rylee what he is, he discovers a member of his pack has followed him with the intention of claiming him for her own. Not only does he have to convince Rylee she’s his mate, he must also prove she can trust him.