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Summary

Summer Grace has had enough of secrets. They've been tearing her family apart for generations, and one in particular caused the death of her best friend, Wolf. But now Wolf is back. Supposedly returned from having run away - though Summer knows that's not what happened. He was resurrected, brought back to life by her ex-best friend - an ex-best friend who is now swearing revenge on her family. 

And her family won't believe that whatever this thing is, it's not Wolf. He's dangerous, and Summer is desperate - so desperate that she might just be forced to turn to the one friend she never thought she'd turn to again. Because something is stirring - something so powerful that even the Graces will fear it. 

©2019 Laure Eve (P)2019 Audible, Ltd

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This was really disappointing. I had a mixed time with The Graces, but this was kinda flat and just stayed there. The only thing I will say is that it followed a different character than book 1 so you get a slightly different perspective. It got a physical book off my TBR so it at least has that going for it.