Tess Holt’s dream is to follow in her father’s footsteps, and take wildlife photos in far-off places. Since she’s flat broke and just got fired, it doesn’t look like that will happen any time soon. Desperate for cash, she takes a job at Bearview Lodge as a wedding photographer. Though she hates weddings, the gig might pay for a plane ticket to finally get her out of the small, stifling town of Yonder, Wyoming.
Cade Boone’s dream is crumbling. He thought he had it all—Bearview Lodge and the mountain on which it sits—but his family’s funds are dwindling. If he can’t keep the lodge in the black through the summer, they’ll be forced to sell. When the ski lift breaks, Bearview seems to be finished.
While Cade struggles to find a way to fix the lift, his parents insist on trying to make the lodge a wedding destination. Annoying as that is, the bigger distraction is the curvy, fiery photographer behind the lens, the woman his bear insists is their mate. Cade finds himself falling for her, despite her walls and wariness.
Cade thought he had a way to save Bearview and satisfy his mate—until a mistake threatens to tear everything apart. Now Cade has to choose between keeping Tess and saving the lodge.
Either choice will break both of their hearts.
This is a standalone novel with a guaranteed HEA.