Cursed by the fates to a single form, Devlin has no interest in taking on a mate, especially not a mortal one. Having gone down that road once before, Devlin's still dealing with the aftermath along with the scar it left on his heart. The fates may have fooled him once but he'd have to be out of his mind to fall for their tricks again.
However, when the presence of a tiny fox thrusts him from a trance, Devlin's hard-pressed to turn it away regardless of how much pain he's in.
For Ari, slipping inside a dragon's cave to escape a human pursuit probably isn't the best of ideas. It isn't until Ari tries to leave without the dragon's notice when his fox urges him to stay. Considering everything Ari's gone through including the loss of his parents, he's pretty sure his fox has gone mad.
Coming face to face with a dragon is as terrifying as one might expect, but there's something about Devlin that pulls on Ari. Something he can't explain.
There's pain there and secrecy as well, but what worries Ari most of all is Devlin's refusal to reveal his dragon form.
Ari wants to help, but if Devlin won't set foot in the light, what else could he hiding?
More importantly, why is Ari so determined to find out?
Miles might be human, but packlife is the only one he's ever known. Abandoned inside Riverwood Park when he was a child, Miles still has a lot to prove, starting with his fight to keep their beloved park from closing down. Raising the funds, however, is close to impossible with the pack's alpha blocking him at every turn.It seems as though he'd rather let the park die than pay for the repairs it so desperately needs, but why would an alpha give up his own territory?
Miles is determined to find out.
Ben's clan has struggled to find work for as long as he can remember, so when a missed turn leads him straight into the arms of his mate along with a park in need of some TLC, he figures the fates are looking out for him.
But when a twenty year feud between the wolf pack and Ben's bear clan comes to light, they'll need a lot more than fate to mend the rift between their two families.