What's a hound to do when shot by his own mate? Court him, of course.
Winter in Melbourne makes the hunt for supernatural beings gone bad harder than usual during the cold foggy nights. A chill has settled deep in Pyro's bones. One he can't shake loose. More than anything, Pyro wishes for a heart mate of his own to come home to after the long nights of a hunt, one who understands him and his desires, who can hold him together when he needs to let go.
Life has always been planned out for Callum. His family of cops expected him to be a cop, so that's what he became. But Callum isn't so sure about being a detective for the Melbourne police. Not many people understand the demands of being a cop, and it's been the downfall of more than one of his relationships. Why should his chance of loving someone get sidelined for a job he isn't even sure he wants?
One fateful encounter on a fog-shrouded night changes both their worlds forever. Now Pyro just has to convince his heart mate they belong together while Callum tries to come to terms with a world he never knew existed and does his best to make up for accidentally shooting the unusual and intriguing hellhound.
Hellhounds hunt the bad monsters that go bump in the night, keeping the human world safe from supernatural evil. High stakes and deep passions follow Adze's Australian pack as they try to deal with sudden mate discoveries while trying to do their difficult and hazardous jobs.