Garth is the odd one out in his family, having grown up as the only human in a pack full of werewolves, most of which are of the wolf born variety. He is desperate to become one of them, if not to be on an equal footing to Rhys, who constantly demeans him, but also for Carly, Rhys’s mate. After years of being snubbed by Carly, or even worse treated like a little boy, he decides that getting bitten is the only thing that will make his life complete.
In some ways, this is one of the best werewolf books that I’ve read because the wolf’s nature is described, in detail, with such a force. From transition to hunting, nothing is glossed over and it gives the werewolf world a realistic feeling. The thing that I didn’t like about the book was that I was invested in Garth, I liked the character and wanted to know more, but for some reason the author skipped through years and I felt like I was missing out.
I am very interested in what the series will bring and I hope that Garth gets some love action before his life is speed-written away.