At just twenty, Sawyer Crowne is young for an alpha werewolf, but there’s no doubt that he needs a pack of his own. Which sucks because Sawyer doesn’t want to leave the chosen family he’s found in Isherwood. But when Dragoş Lupescu approaches Sawyer with an offer to be alpha to the wolves holed up in the rundown village of Colkirk, Sawyer sees an opportunity to help them recover from everything they’ve been through. Though the last ten years surviving under a maniacal alpha were hell, Brody Malloy hasn’t given up hope that he and his packmates can finally live free from oppression and brutality. They might be terrified about asking for an alpha to lead them, but they also know their rights now and won’t be taken advantage of again. Brody believes he and his packmates deserve happy endings; he’s just not sure how to go about getting that without a lot of help. When Sawyer discovers he has two betas among the wolves in Colkirk, he knows the pack is his. When he finds that Brody is his fated mate, Sawyer is even more determined to see this pack—and the village they live in—restored and thriving. With assistance from a family Sawyer didn’t know he had, he and Brody will rebuild Colkirk and make sure these wolves get every good thing they deserve.
Alpha Dragos Lupescu is an enforcer to the werewolf king and on a mission to capture a tyrannical alpha accused of many crimes, including murder. Along with his boyfriend Aurelius Conti, an Italian elenkti able to control the emotions of his fellow werewolves, they're back in Isherwood. Neither are prepared when it looks like their duo is about to become a trio. Journalist Ryan Seeley is in Isherwood after his homophobic father had a heart attack, and he jumps at the chance to investigate the violence happening in the nearby ghost town. He has no idea why he's so incredibly attracted to a beast who sounds like Dracula and a little beauty with soulful eyes, but it's compromising his work and his sanity. And then they go and tell him they're werewolves and he's their fated mate, the one person meant to be theirs. With Dragos compromised by his instincts to protect his mates, Aurel exhausted from trying to keep everyone calm, and Ryan caught up in the middle, the violence arrives at their doorstep. Now the three of them must come together with their allies to recover a weapon that could expose them all while also desperately trying to stop a massacre.
Varick Ward spent two years trapped as a wolf before pledging himself to Isherwood Pack. Since then, he's been slowly regaining a real life despite keeping his past pains to himself. When the king of werewolves invites the pack to Romania for an official introduction, Varick goes because protecting his alpha pair is his job. Right away, things go sideways. They're barely through the doors of the castle where the king's pack lives when a man attacks— Or wait. Is he trying to protect Varick from everyone else? Like the dominant partner in a mate bond would? Though the new couple is meant to be in isolation while they bond, ghosts from Varick's past are plotting against the people he now calls family. Circumstances separate them and danger hovers on the edge of town, but can these two persevere and secure their second chances at love?
Cas Maine seeks refuge in the small town of Isherwood after walking all night. He’s tired, hungry, and desperate for the acceptance and safety he had in his birth pack…before they discovered he was gay. But crossing into town forces him to shift into his wolf form and he’s unable to shift back. Which is when he finds his true mate, a human named Finn Webb. Finn thinks he’s just adopted a stray dog and feels like his life might be taking a turn for the better. Business is lousy in a town that’s drying up, but it’s home and he’s determined to stick things out for the sake of his employees. Finn has no idea that his “dog” is a man who’s going to change his life forever. With disappearances, creepy vets, and wolves who talk, Finn and Cas have to learn how to live together while solving the trouble that’s been plaguing Isherwood for two years.