Rory is taking a break from her big city life to come home and be with her twin sister as she prepares for the birth of her baby. On her way home from the bar one night, she hits something with her car. When she gets out to investigate, she is bitten by "something" and ends up in the hospital. Once home, strange things start happening to her body, but her hair has never looked better. And what's up with this sudden craving for meat? Rory finds herself dealing with relationship issues involving her mom and a potential boyfriend while adjusting to her new reality of becoming an aunt and a werewolf. I don't read a lot of books about monsters, but I found this one very entertaining. The characters and their dialogue feels real, which seems like a strange thing to say about a book about a werewolf. Rory's banter with everyone is sharp and clever as she learns to handle her past and her future with heart and humor.
Submitted by Betty Wilson on Tue, 12/20/2022 - 12:11