Alana is convinced that she is falling in love with Llewellyn Couch. She is also convinced that there are things about his family, about this mysterious ritual, and about himself that he is not telling her. He still refuses to touch her, though she can tell that he wants to as much as she wants to feel him. She knows that there is a reason for his self-denial, just as there is a reason she is not permitted to wander the manor grounds alone. She knows that the Clan harbors a dangerous and potentially deadly secret. And she is determined to find out what it is.
Llewellyn knows he must tell Alana the truth before the full moon. There are things about his family, about his Clan, and about himself that she must know. But with his brother threatening to tear the clan apart and Llewellyn's increasing inability to rein in his own desires regarding Alana, he cannot help but wonder if some things are not best kept secret.
The story is predictable and OK, but the performance is awful! It's very static, mispronounced words, and an obvious lack of effort made to commit and perform the work as opposed to reading the book off the page.