I’m one of a kind. Or I will be if I survive my first shift.
Sometimes life makes you take a path you never meant to. It’s called fate. My whole life we’ve been moving from place to place to hide that we were witches from the world. At least that’s what my mother told me.
But then, this gorgeous guy shows up in our small town and tells me that on the next full moon, I will turn into a wolf. What he and my mother neglected to tell me was that no girl half-witch and half-wolf could survive the shift. My kind was cursed more than two hundred years ago. I wasn’t allowed to exist.
And if by some miracle I could survive the transition, I will become all the packs’ and covens’ nightmare and they all will try to catch and kill me. Why? That’s a different question for another day that I’m dying to find the answer to. And I will if I survive the shift.
That night I thought I was finally safe. And I was, but only until dawn. That’s when I learned the rest of the story which by no chance could have a happy ending. But it didn’t mean I wouldn’t try to change that.
I survived the shift and broke the curse created by wolves and witches. I was a hybrid who wasn’t allowed to exist. There was only one other of my kind before, and she ruled the packs and covens for nearly two hundred years. To become an invincible leader like her I had to collect the powers she left for me, her heir.
I had until the next full moon before my existence will be known to wolves and witches. If I don’t get my powers in time, they’ll hunt me down and kill me.
Except, I had no idea where to look. My mom and Finn managed to keep me safe so far.
But the day I turned, the greatest threat to my safety showed up at our doorstep—a handsome heir to one of the pack’s leaders and my fated mate.
My heart belonged to Finn, and I never meant to hurt him. But we were running out of time, and if I wanted to survive, and most importantly keep all of them safe, I had to make hard decisions.
So to get the relics, I decided to walk into the enemy’s den and be a good wolf to my mate.
This wouldn’t be an easy game to play, and I had to keep my sharp teeth and claws ready.
THE COMPLETE TRILOGY