Elis came home from war a changed man, literally. He changed to his wolf form and has never changed back. His brother Gibson is the only member of his family, his pack, to come to his aid.
Gibson now spends his days and nights alone in an isolated cabin with his brother, in wolf form, to keep him company.
Zach has left the city life behind after a tragic accident, bought a bed and breakfast in a small town, and is giving life a second chance. While out on a hike he’s confronted by a large wolf. Instead of standing still he runs and the wolf begins the hunt.
When Zach awakens from his close experience with death he’s in an unfamiliar place, swaddled in blankets, and a storm is raging outside. Zach believes he’s hallucinating when he witnesses the wolf from before turning into a man and back again.
Now Gibson must decide if Zach is trustworthy of their family secret and once he does it’s harder than Gibson thought to let go and learn to love.
Gus Scott has always lived his life with one foot out the door ready to bolt. After his boyfriend, Rey, breaks up with him he goes out and drinks away the pain and has a one night stand that leads to the creation of his son Chris.
Rey just wants to settle down. He’s ready to have the house, white picket fence, marriage, everything. He wants that badly with Gus and when he doesn’t see it happening he just breaks up with him. Years later he realizes his mistake.
As Rey tries to woo Gus back into his life and show Gus he’s worth loving, Gus is trying to learn how to be a real adult. He first needs to accept his past and the decisions others made that have destroyed his view on his life and his self worth.
It’s not an easy path. It’s full of bumps, yelling, threats, cussing, laughs, talking, and above else; love.