The last thing Robin wants is to rely on the man who left him at the altar, but when he has no one else to turn to, he runs to Green Hill—and Billy. They were friends before, and he hopes he can forgive Billy and heal from the heartache, especially since he has no intention of leaving now that he's here.
Miko's only nineteen, way too young to meet his mate, yet there he is. Miko isn't sure what to do with a mate, but he's willing to give it a chance. He knows he did the right thing when the grandparents he's never met reach out to him. They want to get to know him, but there's a reason Miko's father left them behind, and even though they insist they've changed, it sounds too good to be true.
And maybe it is.
But Robin is there to support Miko every step of the way, so maybe there's some truth in the belief that mates find each other when they do for a reason.