Werewolves mate once, for life. Fact. When Sebastian found her, he thought it would be easy to claim her, but nothing is ever that simple.
Sequel to A Wolf's Duty
The one unchanging rule of life as a werewolf is that you mate for eternity and no mating should be easier than one between two wolves. With the instinct guiding them to each other and held beneath the sway of the moon, they should have been irresistibly drawn together. Sparks flew the moment they met, but then she ran from him and the problems began to multiply.
Amidst the hot tempers of the werewolves, Sebastian is well known for his legendary calm. When he found her, he knew he would never want another. No one else could ever come close but it all changed once she knew who he was. He doesn't understand. He did everything right and she still rejects him and his legendary calm begins to falter. But he's determined, after all a wolf only finds his mate once in his life, and he won't let her go. She’s his, even if she doesn’t know it.
With internal turmoil eating away at them and external threats looming will the oath that binds them be strong enough to keep them together?