On the outside, brown bear shifter Blake Townsend seemed to have everything a man could ask for. When anyone looked at him, all they saw was the successful CEO of Townsend Pharmaceuticals who owned a luxurious cabin deep in Bear Claw Woodlands, arguably one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest. What people didn't see was his lonely, empty heart that longed for his forever mate. He was about to give up on love for good until a curvy, hard headed--yet drop dead gorgeous--woman caught his eye in the middle of a rainstorm.
Emma Cadwell had been in a miserable relationship with the abusive Kyle Whitman for far too long. She finally decided to call it quits when she walked in on him in bed with her best friend Jasmine. Emma decided to run away for the week and headed up to the campgrounds near Bear Claw Woodlands. Catching her boyfriend in the act was just the beginning of her terrible day, however, but all of her misfortunes led her exactly where she needed to be--in Blake's arms. Emma was strong willed, but would she be able to overcome the fact that her new love interest was a bear shifter? Little did she know, that would be the least of her worries. Kyle's bone chilling secret and devious agenda would rock her to the core. Luckily, she had a strong man behind her to pick her up when she fell.
Bearly Escaped is a hot, steamy book about a BBW and a bear shifter who loves every last bit of her curves. If you're opposed to scorching, dirty and sometimes downright filthy sex, you might want to skip this one. This book is meant for adults only.
This book is a standalone with a happy ever after. No cliffhangers! It is part of a series, however. So, if you can't get enough of Blake and Emma's chemistry, you'll be able to visit with them again in the upcoming Bear Claw Woodlands books.
***This book contains references to sexual assault. It is not glorified or sexualized in any way. However, the author understands and respects that even a mention of sexual assault can be a trigger for some, so she wanted to make her readers aware.***