Bethany's used to being invisible to men ... until Caleb walks into her diner. He's nothing like the other woodsmen in their small town—he's solid muscle and has an intensity in his eyes that takes her breath away. And for some reason he believes they're meant for each other. Who is she to complain?
Caleb nearly gave up on the mating call. After turning forty without a mate, Bethany's scent takes him by surprise. Now he has to convince a human to believe in werewolves while battling an encroaching bear sleuth with his pack. First he has to brush up on human dating customs, which isn't easy for a man who's spent most of his life as a wolf.
Once Caleb claims his woman, the other men in his pack are free to find their own mates. It sounds simple enough, but convincing the curvy waitress he wants her for more than one night proves more difficult than he expected.