Publisher: Rising Sun Books
All Giselle ever wanted was a family… that can accept her for what she is, a werewolf.
In a world where supernatural creatures are not out and proud, this has been a problem for 16-year-old Giselle. A child of the system, she’s been bounced from home to home for as long as she can remember. As soon as the moon calls out her inner wolf, it’s back into the system she goes.
Against the odds, a new family is found for Giselle. One that may prove the answer to all her dreams and wishes. But this family comes with a deadly secret that could send Giselle six feet under instead of back into the system.
Amid factions of warring witches and werewolves, and deadly curses with no hope for a cure, the way will not be an easy one, but if Giselle can call upon her skills as a lone wolf, she may just be able to unearth the truth keeping her from the one thing she’s ever wanted… family.
I have read quite a few books about werewolves from a recent series I got into and was quite excited to read about this one. To be honest I was even happier that it didn’t give any indication of a series or trilogy, as at the moment there are way too many of them out there.
The story is about Giselle, a sixteen-year-old werewolf stuck in the childcare system. Every home she has been too finally send’s her back with the “I’m sorry it didn’t work out” phrase and now she is fed up and can’t wait until she is eighteen so she can settle where she wants. But her new family is like a dream come true as she finally feels like she belongs somewhere. But there seems to be something not quite right about it all as she feels like she has stepped into a feud between factions and families. This makes her weary of even considering joining a pack, besides there is plenty of eye candy to keep her occupied while she makes up her mind.
To be honest with you, this was actually a really great book, I enjoyed it soo much I finished it in a day.I didn’t mind Giselle’s character she was quite fun. I didn’t like Diana she was soo annoying if she was my sister she will have a slap across her face for some of the stuff she said and just the way she acted. Asher was really a jerk but I was still rooting for him and Giselle to end up together no matter what. The story just proved what happens in regular life that the actions of out forefathers or our parents don’t need to impact our own lives. We can correct the wrongs that they made is we can just take to time to talk to each other and I believe that is just what Giselle was trying to prove in the stories. Some family members follow blindly but don’t ever be afraid to step out and do things differently as you could end up harboring hate for no good reason.