Across Hayden’s neck sat an ugly scar, a vivid reminder of what she’d become. She looked horribly wild, untamed, her eyes too bright and focused, like an animal. In order to keep her family safe from both herself and the enemies she attracts, Hayden must trade a life of normalcy for one of constant uncertainty and threat.
Expecting to find her place among others like her, she soon realizes that even among werewolves, she’s an exception. Burdened with constant discrimination and falling into a dangerous attraction, Hayden must struggle to find her footing after being made a pawn in a game between two powerful Alphas.
Hayden was attacked a few months ago and now she knows something is different with her. Things are changing in her body, and mind, and after meeting some strange men things get even more complicated. Hayden is a werewolf now. And she has no idea what to do with her life, and things are going to work out.
After joining alpha Cole, and his pack things get even more complicated for her. With other alpha's not wanting her around, and people within the pack also not accepting her she's having a hard time adjusting. Then she finds out more about Cole that just throws salt on the wound.
This book surprised me. It started out really good, and ended really good but with a cliffhanger. Hayden was a great heroine in this story. She was strong, but still trying to figure out how she was suppose to act. And she was also very smart.
I also loved how she treated the pack. The only thing I didn't like was how Cole acted. I really did not connect to him in this story. It was beyond frustrating, but that's really the only downside to this one.