Opposites attract, and love is blind. What other hope is there for a werewolf who can't seem to fall out of love with his werewolf-slaying ex?
Jackson thought the hard part of getting back together with his estranged boyfriend would be convincing Eric not to kill him outright. After all, Eric has spent his entire adult life being brainwashed by the Paranormal Division; he's trained to kill monsters without mercy or sentiment. And whether Jackson chose to become a werewolf or not, the fact that he ran away and hid for two years afterward has left Eric in a perpetually pissed off mood.
And yet—he didn’t kill Jackson. He chose, instead, to leave the Paranormal Division and run away with his wayward ex. But that wasn’t the hard part.
The hard part is living together after. When they’re on the run from a secret and deadly branch of the government. Camped out in the middle of nowhere with no decent coffee for miles. When Eric won’t touch Jackson. Won’t talk to him. Will hardly even look at him.
When Jackson is pretty sure that Eric thinks running away with him was a mistake.
But the Paranormal Division is hot on their heels, and there’s only one place Jackson can think of where he and Eric will be safe to figure out their next move. The problem is, it’s the same place where he spent the last two years hiding. And it’s a wolf’s den.
For two years, Jackson lived with the Beneventi family. From them, he learned how a man and a werewolf can live at peace in the same skin. He ran with them, hunted with them, and called them pack. To a wolf, pack means family. And not every member of his adopted family has forgiven him for trying to return to his old life and his old lover. Michael Beneventi thought he’d laid claim to Jackson, and now he’s fully prepared to take out any challenger, even a federal agent with a dangerous attitude and the knowledge and skill to put down any werewolf.
It’s up to Jackson to stitch together the two sides of his life—or tear them apart once and for all. If he wants to keep Eric, he’ll have to fight for him.
But then… there’s always the thought that Eric never really left the Paranormal Division at all.
And if you missed it, don't forget to check out the first volume of The Hunting!