Ashlee Morrison has a secret obsession—with a dark and mysterious male. The only problem is that he’s a wolf and she’s becoming convinced that she’s insane. But Ashlee’s wolf is no ordinary canine; he is Tristan Kane, third son in the royal family of the Westervelt Wolf pack.
Trapped in his wolf form by his evil father’s men, Tristan has desperately sought a way out of predicament and is shocked to find that the sad but beautiful redhead who has come to the wolf cage can not only hear him, but awakens in him the knowledge that she is his mate, the other half of his soul.
Ashlee, unaware that she is half wolf-shifter, agrees to accompany Tristan back to his pack in Maine to seek answers to her past and understand her future. But as Tristan and Ashlee grow closer, familial betrayals will threaten to destroy the fragile love they have started to build.
With the odds stacked against them, Ashlee and Tristan will either embrace their love to save the Westervelt Wolves or be lost forever to despair.
Her Wolf begins when Ashlee starts to hear some strange things from a wolf in the local zoo she works at. She never would have believed that a wolf was talking to her, until it actually happened and now she's unsure where her life is going next.
She feels something for this wolf called Tristan and when he turns into a man things get more complicated for them. After, she and Tristan return to his home they start to enjoy getting closer to each other. But there's people out there who want to hurt them and now isn't the best time to have a mate, but they can't change fate and both of them must work hard to stay alive.
This book was interesting for the most part. It wasn't as good as this author's other books that I've read, but it was still pretty interesting. I liked how Ashlee found Tristan. That was really cool, but then it kind of goes super fast for the next few parts, and I'm not really sure that I liked how Ashlee handled everything. It seemed almost too easy.
Other than that the plot line was really interesting, and I liked both the hero and heroine together. However, it still felt like some was missing in this story. I'm not sure what, but at times while it was interesting, my interested kind of waned a little bit.