Alexandra is having a hard enough time being human, dealing with the unexpected death of her father and a family that’s slowly unraveling in the wake of that death.
So she really, really didn’t need a werewolf attempting to kill her on top of everything else.
But hey, such is life sometimes, right? Sometimes it gives you lemons, and sometimes it gives you death and vicious werewolf attacks that leave you infected, confused, and surrounded by strangers who all claim they want to save and protect you.
Now all Alex has to do is decide who to trust. Which would be a lot easier if A.) Her life wasn’t suddenly insane, and B.) If one of those people trying to earn her trust wasn’t Kael, a boy who manages to be arrogant, infuriating, and entirely-too-hot-for-his-own-good, all at once. Oh, and who also might know more about herself than she does. Although, it turns out, that isn’t saying much.
Because her whole life has been a lie.
And now that her father is gone, dangerous truth after dangerous truth is surfacing, and Alex finds herself a would-be pawn in the center of an ancient supernatural war. A war that will force her to make an impossible choice, thanks to the magic tied to her bloodline—magic that could save the entire human world, or potentially unleash a monstrous force unlike anything it’s ever seen.
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There are some grammatical and punctuation errors but overall a good storyline. I had some issues with missing information. Like Kael masquerading as a werewolf we later find out who his father is but no one brings up the fact that they think he is a werewolf not a lycan. Same for Alex’s sister. They are worried for her health at the end of the book, she takes off and badly hurts the doctors but no one says anything about her being turned even though her behavior has done a 180 and she is really strong? Just a couple things that I feel should have been clarified a little better.
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Good character depth. Just enough hints that keep you almost in the know. Good read