The wolf races in where the human heart trembles to follow.
Wolf Town, Book 3
Iain's head has called Wolf Town home for six years. His heart, hurt by a childhood spent suppressing his wolf, won't let him believe he isn't one misstep away from exile.
During the first moon run of the year, the electrifying connection his wolf makes with Teo, the pack's beta and resident doctor, has potential mate written all over it. Yet the only emotion that rises above the tangled scars of his past is excitement over ensuring a permanent place in Wolf Town.
Teo can't believe Iain so easily crashed through his rock-solid resolve never to date within the pack. The young wolf's artless, fumbling explanation for his attraction only serves to remind Teo why he set those rules-his own past in a dysfunctional pack. Guilt that he let Iain so far under his skin forces Teo to do the one thing his heart rails against. Keep it clinical.
Teo's apparent rejection not only breaks Iain's heart, it triggers a deep-seated desperation that pushes him to take a terrible chance for the sake of the pack. And to show Teo their connection is no illusion.
Warning: Contains explicit m/m sex for all the wrong reasons, all the right reasons, and a relationship that starts out on the wrong paw.