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Summary

My wolf didn’t appear when she was supposed to. Now I’m an outcast. 

On the full moon after my 21st birthday, I was supposed to go through my first shift. Instead, I was left to huddle alone in the cold, a failure who couldn’t do the one thing expected of her. Now I have no mate, and I’m wondering if sticking with the pack is even worth it. Maybe it’s time I live among humans.

That’s when a vampire shows up at my door and says he wants to claim me. While I might not know what I am, I’m pretty fricking certain that I’m not going to be mated to a bloodsucker. He might be a good friend, but that’s all he’ll ever be to me. Isn’t it? 

The truth is a lot weirder than that, though, because his presence has spurred a revelation from my mother about a dark family secret. A secret that she says I’ll have to solve if I want to survive the next full moon. I’ve got less than two weeks to discover the truth. What I find could kill me, but that might just be the better option....

©2021 Riley Storm (P)2022 Riley Storm

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  • Jim
  • 06-07-22

Not Really The First Book In Series

For full disclosure, I didn't make it through the entire book. I made it about halfway through when I stopped and confirmed my suspicion that this book takes place in the same universe (and after) several other Riley Storm books.

I'm still trying to parse out which book actually starts this universe. Normally, interconnected book series are good to go on their own merit, but this one made SO many references to previous stories and the beginning of the book is "clean up" from one of the other stories that I was missing a lot of context as to what happen that I stopped to try and get the back story.

The narrator is great, Riley Storm's writing is decent, I just felt like I was coming into the adventure two-thirds of the way through. Beyond that, seemed enjoyable enough.

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  • Nicki
  • 19-04-22

AWESOME!

Great story and very satisfying with the mystery. Lexi Evans is one of my favorite narrators but I had to increase the speed of play to 1.2x. Her narration created a whining tone to the FMC and dragged out each word. Sorry Lexi but this wasn’t the best.