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Since leaving her family's pack, Victoria has acquired many enemies. One of them has cursed her with the inability to turn at the full moon. Each un-shift is painfully worse than the last, breaking bones as well as her optimism.

Before finding the cure, Victoria must figure out who is behind it, and that proves harder than it would seem. Even with the high witch, a valkyrie, and a former troll king on her side, the mystery only continues to deepen. A cursed body is unearthed, and friends disappear.

Can Victoria and her new pack find the cure in time to save both her and their missing friends?

©2016 Stacy Claflin (P)2017 Tantor

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Good book!

Loved it. The story draws you in and paints a clear picture of everything happening. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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Story good, not much else

Considering they were supposed to be old werewolves, the narration was crummy. They sounded like kids, DEFINATELY NOT a college teacher!

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Very childish

I read the first book and it took me some time to get into it. I felt like the characters were jumping to conclusions which I did not like. This book did the same thing and honestly towards the end of the book I wondered if the author went to an elementary school and had a child finish writing the book.