Reseda Juarez is dead. Though she functions as a human, inside she's an emotionless weapon, trapped between the dead and the living, brought back by the Mayan Pul Yah stone. Cold and unrelenting, she's used as a super-soldier by the Canadian government in a special task unit to hunt preternatural beings to the brink of extinction.
One night, five years ago, destroyed two brothers. Nodin lost the love of his life. Kane killed an innocent. Now Kane is forced to become the alpha of the legendary Thunderbirds after Nodin stepped down. He must protect what's left of his family from the tribe of wolf shifters who ripped them apart.
When Reseda's mother is bitten by a wolf, she and Kane are forced to work together to find the Pul Yah stone to heal her. But the journey to get there is riddled as much with their unwanted, yet uncontrollable attraction as with the wolves also searching for the stone.
They discover they are fated mates when Kane's body heals Reseda, restoring the humanity she’d thought she lost. What they learn on their quest brings everything they thought they knew into question, and the only thing that can defeat an enemy no one saw coming, is their love.