He has one chance to defeat a demon before it destroys the woman he loves—again.
U.S. Forest Ranger Annie McGowen sees what roams the Cabinet Mountains woods after dark when she runs under the moon as a white wolf. But after an earthquake strands her with a wrecked truck, she encounters something her years of wilderness experience never prepared her for. A tall, hot First Nation man holding an enormous scythe and standing over a bloody body. Against all evidence, her inner wolf insists he's innocent.
Hualpa and two other warriors were put in stasis two thousand years ago, to be awakened if a ravenous demon ever escaped its prison. Now the monster is loose, and his brothers are dead. Hualpa stands alone between a bloodthirsty threat and an unprepared world that's nothing like the one he left behind.
His grief and aching loneliness ignite Annie's compassion, which flares into soul-deep attraction. But with their newfound love comes a growing fear in his heart. Fear that if he fails to kill the demon, it will destroy the one precious thing he has left. Annie.