Bear McWilliams is the new doctor in town. He loves his job and looks forward to delivering the first human/shifter hybrid baby belonging to Aiden and Charlotte Renner. However, he has one dilemma: every female shifter wants him as their own.
Hannah Morrison recently purchased the Starlight Café. She hoped the move and new scenery would help her son, Sam, who’s been diagnosed with autism. She’s a single mom, and Sam’s the result of a foolish one-night stand.
Bear soon learns that the only woman in town not beating a path to his door is Hannah and decides to do what any bear should do—chase her. An added attraction is her son who seems to have a mysterious connection to Bear and the other shifters in town.
Is Hannah his true mate and is Bear the man destined to win her heart and help her son?
Shit. He’d been caught red-handed.
Bear thought he’d had enough of females for the day, maybe enough for a whole lifetime. He thought the Starlight Café would be his ideal sanctuary, his safe haven against all things estrogen. He’d been here a couple of times before but had never met the owner before tonight. He’d heard Charlotte mention her but had assumed she was a middle aged woman. Why he didn’t know.
Tonight he found out he’d been totally wrong and it had taken him by surprise. Hannah Morrison was in her late twenties possibly early thirties. She was pretty with strawberry blonde hair and a few freckles over the bridge of her nose like she’d been sunbathing. She was curvy too just how he liked his woman to be. Even if his mind had become fatigued by females, his body clearly hadn’t. Within mere minutes of spotting her he’d gone hard and blood had pumped around his body at twice its usual speed. He’d even felt it pulsing inside his head.
Bear’s mind had drifted off while he’d been looking over the menu. It had also gone way south into the gutter. He’d thought about touching her pussy, making her wet, hearing her cry out when he brought about her orgasm.
Phew. He was worked up. He rolled the cold beer bottle over his forehead, hoping it would cool him down along with his libido. He was no better than the women who’d thrown themselves at him today. Well, at least he hadn’t dropped his jeans and boxers and shown her the goods.
In fact, he found Hannah the refreshing change he was hoping for. She hadn’t shown the least bit of interest in him. She’d been all business and he liked it. He, like the big alpha bear he was, had to do the pursuing. That was one of the fun things about being with a woman. Or trying to be with her.