It appeared to be a year of mostly peace, but in the shadows a new enemy was stirring. A fatal threat posed against Westin Pack’s beloved Pack Mother proves it’s time for Delta to step up and remind them all just why this unit was created in the first place.

Each Westin Force team of operatives has a different focus. As the leader of Delta team, Michael’s biggest task is to ensure his team protects the Pack, especially the Alpha’s family.

At times that’s included little more than territory runs, security checks, and babysitting dignitaries traveling outside Pack lines. But this time lives are on the line and it’s up to Michael to make the calls that could mean the difference between life and death.

When he stumbles across his one true mate, his position becomes compromised. He must face an internal battle to decide what’s more important—the needs of the Pack or what’s best for his heart. Can he find the balance necessary to have it all before it’s too late?

How can two people live in the same pack their whole lives and never cross paths?

It is the largest wolf shifter pack in the world, and she is eight years older than me.

She seems to think our age difference is an issue.

But age is just a number.

I may be a man of few words, but I’m a lover and a fighter.

And she’s about to learn just how far I’m willing to go for what’s mine.

Sometimes the path to destiny really sucks ass.

I should have died on our last big mission and it’s messing with my head.

I know I need to get over it, but I just can’t.

There’s a lead on a new Collector and Delta’s getting called in to assist.

Paralyzed by irrational fears and guilt, I don’t know if I can do this again.

But if I don’t, I’ll never meet her.