Her first day back in Grayslake and Mia comes face to face with a bear cub in her pantry. Trying to lure the cub out, she is interrupted by loud banging on her front door. Opening the door to find a large, drunk man screaming for his cub to be returned shocks Mia for a second but she realizes there is no way she is letting the crazy man leave with her cub. Neighbors call the police and when they show to arrest the drunk, Mia is taken back by the handsome officer. Ty, one of the officers and the local werebear clan leader is instantly attracted to the curvy spitfire who has taken ownership of the werebear cub. Protecting the cub is the only thing Mia wants to do, well except for jump Ty's bones in every possible way and place she can. Ty learns quickly that if he wants Mia, he needs to use the cub against her and that is what he does to get her to his house. Bears don't mate for life and they certainly don't mate humans but Ty doesn't care, he wants Mia and it doesn't matter to him or his bear that she is human. Human or one third human is what Mia thinks she is but her father, who is a half werebear that is able to shifter, soon tells her the truth about her parentage and so much more about love between fated bears. The drunk werebear comes back for his nephew with help from traitors in Ty's clan. Working with past enemies, Ty and his clan find what they need and work towards a brighter future for them all. Love, bears, mates and cubs all come together for a great read.