Memphis, Tennessee. One of the top ten poorest big cities in the U.S. Where there's poverty, there's crime. The Russian mob's moving in. And where there are criminals, there are cops. Ours just happens to be a werewolf.
Jarod took a bullet to the chest. But he didn't die. And since he woke up, nothing's been the same. Because while he was lying there bleeding out, he was bitten. By a werewolf. And that thing about silver bullets? Myth. Shoot anything in the mouth, spill its brains all over the sidewalk, and it dies.
So Jarod's got no pack, and his bite didn't come with instructions. What he doesn't know about being a werewolf would fill a book. He can smell his partner's sexual attraction -- she might as well be in heat. But if he lets Belle have what she wants, will she wake up with a strong desire for raw meat? Not knowing means trying to talk her out of the sex she's determined to have with him, because he hasn't told her he has a furry side.
Yeah. Two partners who always have each other's backs and can share anything -- and everything -- but the one thing he needs to share the most.
Memphis, Tennessee. The Russian mob's moving in, and the FBI's recruiting Memphis PD's finest -- finest werewolves -- to form their new FBI Paranormal Activities Task Force.
When Officer Butch Carson and his rookie trainee, Regan "Sundance" O'Mally, are caught between the MPD and the Russians, they have no one they can turn to but each other. The more they learn about being werewolves, the tighter their own bond becomes. And the more determined they are to stop the assassins who nearly added them to the growing list of victims.
Memphis, Tennessee. The Russian mob's declared war on the MPD, leaving a team of dead cops in their wake. Lt. Jamie Callahan's convinced there's a mole in their pack, and he and his new partner must figure out who set them up -- and who's responsible for the deaths of their former lieutenants.
Officer Amanda Black has her sights set on the hottest hottie in the MPD calendar, Mr. July, Lt. Jamie Callahan, but every time she gets close, he backs off. Is he avoiding her because she's black? Or because he's got some last century sense of nobility when it comes to officers under his command? Either way, Amanda intends to change Callahan's mind. No one stands up to an Alpha She-Wolf in heat. She's about to mark her territory, and any woman who gets in her way's going to feel her claws.