From strangers to more…
Damon is a runner—a lupine tasked to journey from pack to pack, handling relations among the wolf shifter community. He’s seen a lot in his travels, but when he meets Charlotte he’s blown away.
A shifter raised by humans, she has no idea of her heritage and thinks of herself as cursed. He’ll teach her the ways, but first things first. She’s got primal needs, and she’s never met another wolf before.
She just found her pack, but now she may have to leave it.
Charlotte is new to the lupine life, having been raised in the human world. She’s still learning her place as a wolf shifter and a member of the Bronze pack.
Everyone has a task within the pack, and Charlotte is eager to find her path. As if that isn’t complicated enough, she finds herself longing for romance.
Just when she thinks she’s found a direction, news arrives that may lead to her long-lost family. Somewhere out there, are her parents looking for her?
And if she finds them, will she be ready to leave the pack that took her in? And what of the love she’s found along the way?
A stubborn wolf. An antiquated betrothal. And a lot of broken rules.
Kyra Brada would be the epitome of lupine royalty... if only she could contact her wolf. Two years ago, Kyra had stood beneath the full moon and waited for a transformation that never came.
Unless she finds a way to summon her wolf soon, she'll lose her pack and the love of her life—Mikos.
The only thing keeping her from exile is her stale-mated betrothal to Mikos. Once he picks a new mate, Kyra is gone forever. She hasn't given up, but nothing she's tried has worked.
Then a near-fatal attack makes Kyra take a closer, scrutinizing look at the life she wants. What is she willing to fight for? And is this life worth dying for?
Lone wolves aren't satisfied wolves.
This is a lesson Wyatt has learned the hard way. After pissing off his would-be mate and picking a fight—and losing—to his friend and mentor, Wyatt takes off. He throws himself into his mission, running between the many lupine packs scattered through the States, solving problems and offering assistance where he can.
But he keeps going back to where it all went wrong. A little city where he found his true self, and hated what was revealed. Except now, every time he visits he's drawn closer to the charms of a human woman named Nancy.
She's everything he doesn't need. I mean hell, she's human. He needs a spirited wolf to keep him interested. She's just a bookkeeper who likes museums and art.
So why can't he leave her alone?