“Being a werewolf is harder than it looks. Everyone thinks it’s just morph at the full moon, kill, morph back. That’s not true. It’s a lot harder than that. Especially if you are seventeen years old.”
Willow has the worst luck. First she has to deal with her narcissistic foster mother, Bella; then of course there’s her horrid little sister Ivy; not to mention the pack of werewolves that belong to Bella. Now, they have to move and start a new school - again.
Just when Willow thinks things can’t get any worse, Blake shows up from a council she never knew existed to name her leader of a pack she never knew existed. How was she supposed to teach a bunch of teenagers how to be wolves when she herself hated everything about her life?
I received this book from the author to give an honest review.
I found myself intrigued by Willow's story. Willow is a seventeen year old who finds herself in charge of a pack of young werewolves. It was amazing how the author made the leader of the pack a strong female! Who even at times second guessed herself. It was a nice change from the original male role that is always portrayed in a werewolf story. Willow is a strong non-arrogant, teenager who has to teach a group of young werewolves how to act and behave. But she does not know exactly how to lead and she doesn't fully understand what is best for them As she is teaching she learns that here is a reason she was "chosen" to lead this pack. There are many twists and turns that I did not see coming.
I hope there is a book two out soon.
My Rating: 5 wine glasses