When Charlie Danvers finds Luka, a beautiful scarred man with silken black hair and feral green eyes, naked and freezing in an April snowstorm, he takes him home to his lonely cabin, unaware the man who can't sleep in a bed or use cutlery is far more than he seems.
Wolf-shifter Luka is dying. He survived captivity and abuse from the brutal pack that killed his family, holding out because of dreams of a man with big, gentle hands. When Charlie Danvers finds a beautiful scarred man with long silken black hair and feral green eyes, naked and freezing in an April snowstorm, he takes him home to his lonely cabin and will do anything to heal him.
At first, Luka is afraid, even of Charlie. He has nightmares and can't sleep in a bed like a normal person and he can't even figure out how to use a knife and fork at Charlie's table. But Charlie's patience is rewarded as Luka slowly comes out of his shattered pain, helping Charlie take care of the other wounded creatures on his nature reserve.
Reader Advisory: The stories in this series are connected by theme and characters. They can all be read as stand alone stories or in the order they were written.