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4.09  ·  Rating details ·  23 ratings  ·  14 reviews
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 sto
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Published October 19th 2019 by JMS Books, LLC
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Review By….(Shin Mon Thway)….Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Name of Book: Weekend at Bigfoot’s
Series: Name and Book #
Author: Addison Albright
Publisher: JMS Books
Release date: 19 October 2019
Page Count: 102 pages
Genre: Gay Romance
Rated: Mature

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 for “Sensational News”. He couldn’t
Joyfully Jay
Nov 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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5 stars

What a sweet and fun novella! I’ve never read anything Bigfoot oriented, so I jumped on this book and I am so glad I did! Weekend at Bigfoot’s made me smile. I found it to be clever, funny, sexy, and sweet. The story sucked me in from the beginning, and it didn’t let me go until the very end. I felt like I was immersed in small town life with rich details without being bogged down by them. The characters were charming and down to earth, and the detailed descriptions
Lillian Francis
Oct 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
I loved this. It was so much fun. I adored the set up and the 'Bigfoot' headlines. The two leads were endearing and really cute together.
Laura  H
A short, fun and interesting take on the bigfoot tale with an adorable romance developing too. I enjoyed this story for a quick read, although wish it had been a lot longer to have explored more in terms of the characters chemistry.

Still i did love the plot and the take on bigfoot here was incredibly done, i realy liked how explained the way it happens and works as seemed very fitting. Rather logical and smart i liked those reveals, also Oliver and Wilsons interactions towards the end. The footp
Oct 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I adore Addison Albright. If that were not true, I may never have come across this treasure trove of tales as I rarely read shifter stories. That matters not; some authors are exceptions to all such customs. A truth that has reaped rich rewards along the way and gifted me one of my very favourite trilogies. I had never read a castaway tale before, nor imagined that I might.

I devoured the ‘Vows’ box set (Til Death do us part, From This Day Forward, To Love & To Cherish) for all the world as if I
Oct 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The rumors of Bigfoot sightings over the years just grow and grow. Most we know are a huge hoax. Someone trying to get their 15 minutes of fame and such. But what if there really is a Bigfoot? And he's a shifter? 

Wilson was dreading this trip to interview people about Bigfoot. He knows it false but some of the people who he is supposed to interview are claimed to be people with a good head on their shoulders and ones to never lie or make things up. They truly believe in what they saw. He kind of
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Oct 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
In a word: cute. It was a unique take on shifters, in this case, Bigfoot. Wilson is a reporter for a National Enquirer type newspaper, the Sensational News. Despite this, he has standards on what he reports. He won’t lie or make up “news”. When he is sent to Tallbear to track down a Bigfoot sighting, he is annoyed but ready to give it his best. He won’t do slasher stories, but finds a way to make it interesting. “I’m going to include statements from people who insist they’ve seen Bigfoot, but I ...more
Alexis Woods
A copy of this story was provided free in return for an honest review via Goodreads Don't Buy my Love Program.

This was just the most adorable love story I've read in a long time. In a single weekend, yes, the two protagonists fall head over heels in "like", but we feel the chemistry between them right from the start. I really enjoyed Wilson's investigation into the Bigfoot sightings and the compassion he feels for those who tell the truth versus the liars.

The story moved at just the right pace
Oct 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was....just the cutest story. Wilson is sent to get a story about Bigfoot to the giant redwood forest. He doesn't believe in th species, but is out to get a good story without hurting anyone. Oliver is a sweet little twink of a guy he meets at the farmer's market. Lena is Oliver's sister and they are the owners of the B&B where Wilson stays. He gets some good interviews, esp about the death of an older woman in a blackberry patch, mistaken for Bigfoot. He gets his story and some sexy lovin' ...more
Nov 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Rating: 4 stars out of 5

At the end of the book all I could think was this was cute. I liked Wilson’s viewpoint of how to do the story and how he didn’t want to make someone sound bad but also wanted to listen to the facts. I thought his easy acceptance of Oliver was refreshing and I thought Oliver was adorable too. This was a great short sweet story and I love how all of Wilson’s possibilities came together in the end.

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This was a cute story involving a reporter tasked to investigate sightings of Bigfoot and in the process falling in love and discovering the truth behind Bigfoot.

Wilson was a likable character and I liked how cool and collected he was. I enjoyed seeing how he went about his job and his morale compass and how it affected how he did his job. Oliver was an interesting character and I really liked his energy and personality. Together they were entertaining and I did have a couple of chuckles.

A free
Oct 24, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Adorable and sweet

This book flowed more like a mystery than a straight romance, but I really liked it. Wilson’s journey toward belief in the zany stuff he’s written about was really well done. I loved Oliver and the take on the Bigfoot lore. Addison creates fun characters and writes descriptive prose that has you feeling like you are right there in the redwoods! My first book from this author and not my last!
W.S. Long
Nov 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Funny, one of a kind story

This is a unique story. I kept laughing and smiling while reading about Wilson and his search for clues on Bigfoot. Is Bigfoot a hoax? Wilson meets Oliver during this quest, and Oliver isn’t someone he expects. The fur flies, pun intended, and I immediately liked this couple.

This is a light-hearted tale of love, and quirkiness. Definitely recommending.
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Addison Albright is a writer living in the middle of the USA. Her stories are gay romance in contemporary, fantasy, and paranormal genres. She generally adds a subtle touch of humor, a smidgen of drama/angst, and a healthy dose of slice-of-life to her stories. Her education includes a BS in Education with a major in mathematics and a minor in chemistry. Addison loves spending time with her family, ...more

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