Seventeen year old Pride is a tracker—a werewolf with a hunger for blood. Taught to trick and to lure, she is the perfect killing machine.
Kept leashed in the cellar by a master who is as ruthless as he is powerful, Pride dreams of freedom, of living a normal life, but escape from the compound is near impossible and disobedience comes with a price.
When she learns her master intends to breed her she knows she has to run.
Pride soon learns if she is to survive in the wild, she must trust in the boy who promises her freedom, the same boy she was sent to hunt.
With life and death hanging in the balance the two find themselves on the run from the Paranormal Task Force—officers who shoot first and ask questions later—as well as her master’s handlers.
Can Pride flee the man who has held her captive since birth and find sanctuary in the arms of a boy who has captured her heart? Or will her master find her first?
Pride's Run begins with Pride being help captive by her Master. She's not the only one being held though. There are several of them like her, and when she finally gets the last straw she realizes she must get out before it's too late.
That proves harder than she thought, and she ends up finding an ally named Logan along the way. However, Logan is also keeping secrets, and as they continue on their journey they must come to trust each other before it is too late.
Pride's Run starts off very interesting. It was something new and fresh, and I just adored it. However, when it came to Pride and Logan I had conflicted feelings. I didn't really feel much of a connection between them. It was hard for me to understand it.
Then there was the issue with Stone that didn't make a lot of sense to me either.
Other than that I really enjoyed this story. It had a very fierce heroine that I truly admired, and I enjoyed reading this one.