Engaging His Mate by Rayna Tyler
Living in a secluded area of Alaska isn’t exactly conducive to finding a mate, not when Braden’s bear has no interest in any of the local females. Resigned to living the rest of his life alone, he spends his days fishing—his greatest pleasure—and working at his family’s tackle shop. His content enough existence is disrupted when his cousin, a male intent on searching for his mate, tells him they’ll be spending their next vacation at a dude ranch in Wyoming. One that caters to shapeshifters. Never mind that Braden has never traveled out of state or that he knows nothing about horses. It’s a little hard to say “no” when his envious male friends think it’s a great idea and he finds out his soon to be ex-cousin used his credit card to pay for the non-refundable trip. For Casey, having to run her family’s vacation ranch after her father’s death is difficult. Dealing with the owner of a rival ranch who is determined to ruin her business even more challenging. Add in the possibility of losing her home because of some crazy stipulation in her father’s will, one which requires at least one of his daughters to provide proof of a husband by a specific date, and things get much, much worse. With time running out, Casey has no choice but to accept the help of one of her guests. The handsome stranger has intense dark eyes, a drool-worthy body, and happens to love fishing as much as she does. Best of all, he wants to be her groom, so what could possibly go wrong?
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages