This audio book is a waste of money. The premise sounds intriguing- werewolves, half wolf princess, adventure. However this book takes forever to go..Show More » absolutely no where and is crippled by repetition.
Here is a summary of the book: princess finds werewolves, everyone she meets tells her repeatedly how special she is, that she's going to do great things, and that they've been waiting for her arrival their whole life, she leaves the first town and goes to a city, she gets told again that she's super special and will do great things, enter pointless love triangle that isn't intriguing because she has a rapey sort of soul bond with the very first werewolf she already met, end book one.
Oh, and in case you haven't figured it out, she's special. Not once does she do anything even remotely close to living up to her hype, but every character in the book will mention this fact multiple times.
If you get sick of reading about how awesome this princess is, the author is glad to distract you by letting you in on each characters thought process which is equally repetitive and consists of chewing on the same issues over and over and never evolving their character. If you ever forget what color a character's eyes are, don't worry, you will be reminded of their color every time they are mentioned along with a description of their full lips. The south is full of nothing but ogres, trolls, and goblins, which is another fact that you will beaten over the head with repeatedly. Oh, Guy A can't possibly live without Awesome Girl, because rapey soul bond.
There is also a weak and inexpertly executed debate about will of the gods vs. free will which is more cumbersome than productive. See, special girl is special because the gods made it so and she'll do great things whether she wants to or not.