Weekend at Bigfoot's Book Cover Weekend at Bigfoot's
Addison Albright
MM Romance-Shifter
October 19, 2019

It wasn't supposed to be REAL! Bigfoot doesn't actually exist. Yetis, shifters, creatures of the night ... none of those exist. Right? Right?

There's nothing about perky -- some might even say twinky -- Oliver Hughes that would make a skeptic like Sensational News' (Never Fake! We Swear!) reporter Wilson Banks think otherwise. But while pursuing soundbites for a tabloid story about Bigfoot, Wilson witnesses something he wasn't meant to see.

In Wilson's new reality, is there room for love with someone whose dreams are as big as his ... er ... feet?

This fun novella has a paranormal twist, a hint of mystery, and a flavorful dollop of romantic comedy. Mix it all together for a satisfying HEA!

Review By….(Shin Mon Thway)….Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

This is sooooooo adorable and cute. Seriously, how many times have you seen a romance book with a Bigfoot in it? I can honestly say that I haven’t. And this is very delightful.

Wilson Banks is a reporter from “Sensational News”. He couldn’t say his magazine is a reputable one, but he doesn’t do preposterous and over the top storylines that sell the tabloid. Now, he’s assigned to investigate frequent Bigfoot sightings in a small town in California. The small town is quaint, charming, and the epitome of peacefulness. And while Wilson didn’t see a Bigfoot in his investigations, he met Oliver Hughes, a twinky brat, with mesmerizing doe eyes who just caught his attention like a fly to honey. Wilson knows he wants more than just a weekend fling with Oliver, but they live so far from each other. Will the fate bring these two men together for just more than a couple nights?

This story was short, fun, cute, and adorable. I like how sassy, snarky and bratty Oliver was. He was a fun character to read. I also like inquisitive and open minded Wilson and his understanding towards Oliver. And I really liked the twist and take on the whole Bigfoot mystery. It was fresh and interesting. The epilogue was also really cute. All in all, a short, fun read with a dash of paranormal which will be a perfect afternoon read with a cup of tea.