Carrie Benton goes the opposite direction of her father when it comes to her career. He’s all politics and doom, she goes for entertainment reporting for the Weekly News Journal. Sent out to the wilds to take pictures for a story on bigfoot, she hits a tree and finds herself stranded in a blizzard. She faints and the next thing she knows, she wakes in the arms of a very large man. How much did she drink the night before? No matter, she picks up where she assumes she left off the night before, and has the best sex of her life. With what turns out to be a stranger in more ways than one.
Tim Sattizahn is walking around his property in his alternate form when he hears a car crash. Rushing to the scene, he hides behind a tree. The woman just had a traumatic experience and doesn’t need the shock of seeing bigfoot added to it. After taking her to his home and removing her wet clothes, she wakes up aggressive and while he tries to stop her, unconvincingly, she proceeds to change his mind without much trouble. She’s perfect. Can he keep her?
This was a very humorous story that also managed to be very hot. The tongue in cheek tone of the story made it very entertaining, and the matter of fact attitude used to explain Tim and his cousins identities made it almost believable. Like a steamy fairy tale Tim and Carrie fall in love at first sight. When they separate after the weekend, the reader finds herself rooting for a reunion and resolution to the reasons the two have thought up to stay apart. Will true love prevail? You’ll have to read to find the answer to that question, and I recommend you do so.
Carrie Benton’s got the best job in the world working as a reporter for the Weekly News Journal. Chupacabra picnicking at the Jersey Shore? Check. Aliens in the White House? Absolutely. Bigfoot stalking the forests of northern Pennsylvania? Well, okay…but Bigfoot is so Left Coast.
Tim Sattizahn can’t believe his luck. The six-foot redhead who crashed into his forest during a snowstorm is gorgeous, funny and hot for him. Everything would be perfect except for the fact that she’s looking for Bigfoot.
And, unfortunately for Tim, she found him…