Willow is a 17 year-old girl who wants nothing more than to be a normal teenager. Hang out with the popular kids, become a cheerleader and enjoy her high school years. Unfortunately this has never been an option for Willow. She is a werewolf and it is impossible for her and her family to stay anywhere for too long.
Just when Willow is starting to settle in to her new home, things change drastically. Blake shows up from the council and tells Willow that she will be taking over a pack of her own. She will be in charge of teaching a pack of teenage boys. How is she going to do this when she doesn’t even like being a wolf. The only family she has ever known is moving on without her, and she will have to face this new role by herself. Well, almost by herself. She will meet Gage, a wolf that is much older than her and maybe Gage can help her a long the way. And she will also make a friend… is it even possible for werewolves to have friends?
There are many other surprises coming Willow’s way as well. Will she be able to handle it all? Is she going to be able to get past the ghost stories that her foster mother told her as a child? Is she finally going to have a place that can be her true home? Will she live up to everything that is expected of her?
I give this book 5 stars. It took no time at all for me to be absorbed into the story. The characters were well written, especially Willow. Aside from being a werewolf, she came across as a very normal teenager. Her attitude, her worries, boys, everything. As I finished this book, Richie left me wanting more. Wondering and questioning what could possibly come next.
I loved this book and I will definitely be recommending it!
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**This book was given to me from the author for an honest review.