My father made a terrible mistake. One I’m left paying for.
As a wolf shifter growing up in a strong pack, I should be living my best life. But after my father tried to kill the alpha, I’m labeled an outcast, traitor, less than dirt.
When I can’t take pack life any longer, I run, but apparently they don’t like losing their punching bag. Torin, the alpha’s son, drags me back before my first shift… a shift that will reveal my true mate.
I never could have predicted who mine would be, but the moment my wolf looks upon him, I’m filled with hope for a brighter future.
After all, no one ever rejects their true mate, right?
Wrong. Very wrong.
When the wolves attack, my soul screams for vengeance, and somehow I touch the shadow world. Somehow I bring him to our lands.
The Shadow Beast. Our shifter god. The devil himself.
Turns out being rejected by my mate was only the beginning.
While I enjoyed this book, I didn’t really think it progressed fast enough. It was too wordy. I understand she is building her world. There is so much childish angst in this book, it’s cringy.
I love a good paranormal werewolf romance. This book had an ALPHA – Shadow Beast and a smart mouth heroine – Mera/Sunny. The rest of the story was white noise in the background that I skimmed. I didn’t care about Torin or Jax, or that pack. She cut ties with them when she went with Shadow Beast. You will get whiplash from Mera wanting to be part of the pack and then NOT wanting to be part of the pack. 85% in and you finally get some action. But nothing too exciting.
Mera’s dad used to be the Alpha of the Torma pack. Then he did something that made the pack turn on him and his family fell out of favor. Mera and her mom went to the bottom of the pack. Mera/Sunny was treated like crap and threatened all the time. She calls for the Shadow Beast, the one who created shifters to come to her. Then he shows up, along with other shadow beings that Mera calls forward to. Her time with the Shadow Beast is in between worlds. She is the key to opening up the Shadow Realm. They just don’t know how and she must work on that.
will I try book #2? Maybe, in hopes that the story is better and not such a hodge podge of characters and random stuff.