The third and final fast-paced installment in the popular Raised by Wolves books, called "the most compelling YA werewolf series out there" by New York Times best-selling author Melissa Marr.
In the eye of a storm stands Bryn, the alpha of the Cedar Ridge werewolf pack. She is young. Female. Human. Physically weaker than any werewolf, she could never survive a battle with another Alpha, the strongest, fiercest, and canniest of his pack. Yet she cannot refuse a summons from the werewolf Senate. A rogue werewolf is attacking humans. The risk of exposure threatens to destroy pack life, and the center of the crisis is Cedar Ridge territory - her own lands.
Bryn has no choice but to attend the meeting, a gathering of the most powerful werewolves on the continent. The subject is the rogue wolf, but Bryn knows the other packs want what she has. Her territory. Her females. Her pack. They want her death. Werewolf law prevents the other alphas from making a direct attack. It also prevents her former alpha, the mysterious and powerful Callum, from coming to her aid. But it doesn't prevent Bryn from knowing what she wants. To keep her lands. To protect her pack. To survive.
©2012 Jennifer Lynn Barnes (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
yes I would recommend this book to my friends.I enjoy the book very much
I like the most was the main character Brandon
she makes me feel like I'm actually there
I really Hayden the part where chase die
I would have preferred to die at the end of the book.I would like to find out if she was able to turn into a werewolf
omg! I have to know....to many i have to know I'd Devin takes a mate, if Brin likes being a wolf if she'll ever forgive Callum. Please don't end here!!!
That just sucked! I hate when an author takes an awesome series and gives it a sucky ending! Add her to my "never read this author again" list.
The whole story flowed nicely , not choppy
When will a new book follow , this series screams for another book.
Big Sci fi and fantasy fan. Love dragons (nice ones), elves, werewolves, and BEMs. I love listening to books - saves me walking into pole
Evil can be outmaneuvered and defeated but at a high cost. This is the third book, so you become invested in the characters.
Some characters are more memorable by the things they do not do. When inaction makes a friend not your friend, and your enemy stronger.
This is a battle against evil intent of monsters, though sometimes you get sidetracked by the fact they are sometimes human in appearance.
Is there a happily ever after if the cost of success is devastating? The needs of the many are greater than the needs of the few?
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