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From the beginning I could tell that I would really enjoy this book, I mean the opening scene is the principal breaking up a chick fight between our main character Allison & some bimbo. Initially I liked Allison, or Al as everyone seems to call her, simply because she is blunt and up front. Why is she getting into all these fights at school, why does every boy within a 20 foot radius feel the need to undress her with their eyes? She doesn't know, but she makes it known that it's pissing her off just as much as the guideance counselor at school.
So in the wake of all these weird instances her mom drops a BOMB SHELL, "Oh BTW Al, you and your brother Aiden are werewolves.....AND we're moving back to my hometown to become part of my pack again"........seriously...yeah she threw it on them pretty quick. Not only does Allison have to take all of this in, but being in a completely new town has new kids, new boys, new rules.
This is where you meet Kendall, she gives the literal meaning to the word bitch. With hatred oozing from her pores, and stick-up radiating from her entire body, Al knows that this chick is bad news. Kendall is one of those characters that you're just hoping will get dismembered in a freak car accident, or will at least burn her face with her straight iron. *Yes I have some hatred going on*
Ok, back on track.....Kendall's a bitch, Al knows to stay away from her, and then there's Cade. EPIC swoon! Alpha in training, hotness on a stick, and Kendall's boyfriend <------ BOO
Now you can guess where this all went?? The ever nail biting, l-o-v-e triangle.
Cade: "Hmmmm, who do I pick?"
Beautiful, strong, loving female?Read more ›
I absolutely love the way that the book is laid out. Each chapter is headed by the name of the character featured. You never need to guess who that chapter is about or who is speaking. Absolute genius.
The bad guys or (Bitchy girl in this case) is a perfect villain; you really really will not like her. I almost felt sorry for her at one point but then I got over it.
And I actually felt embarrassed for Alli the first time she shifts back from were too human in her front yard in front of EVERYONE.
Ok I better stop before I start spewing spoilers. As you can tell I really liked this book and I recommend it to all readers. You won't be disappointed.
The story is told in the first person by three of the characters. Each chapter heading tells us if we will be hearing the story from Allison, Cade or Kendall. Cade is the son of the current alpha and knows that it is his task to be the next alpha. Kendall is the girl who has been chosen to be his mate. The problems start when Allison and Cade take one look at each other and fall instantly in love. Normally, I am not a fan of "insta-love" but can let it slide this time because they are both werewolves and werewolves do fall instantly in love if they meet their true mate. Not all werewolves find true mates. There hasn't been such a pairing in the pack since a couple in the great-grandparent generation.
Kendall is not willing to step aside for Allison for a variety of reasons. She is under great pressure from her mother to latch onto Cade to raise her family's status in the pack.Read more ›
I loved Allison and her fighting ways:) She was tough, yet vulnerable. Going from social butterfly to hated pariah seemingly overnight, had to be tough. I would have reacted the same way.
Then she fought with her brother and their parents decide it is time to air out the laundry. They were werewolves and were going to live in a pack in another state.
Then that was where Kendall and Cade came in. Cade was super dreamy *sigh* and Kendall felt the need to mark her territory. She wants to be the pack's female alpha and will stop at nothing to get her way, fate be damned.
The author did a three way narration and while I enjoyed it, the story could have lived without Kendall's P.O.V.. She was necessary to the story, but not in an official capacity.
I absolutely thought that this book was a score. I found it through a blog review and am so glad I picked it up. If you love YA werewolf stories, then this book is a must. I can't wait to see what happens in book 2 after all the lies were revealed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only got 25% done with this book, and that was pushing it. The book depicts high school aged characters, yet they come across as middle school level maturity. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy
I can understand doing a few chapters from the "hero" perspective, but to keep going to the villain's mind just made me angry.
I also thought Cade was a total wimp. Read more
Started out well, and held my interest from the beginning. Admittedly, there were a few minor hard to believe parts (The Mom not telling her kids they're 1/2 werewolf?! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
I can't believe I wasted my time and money on such an awful book. No character development, setting was poor, and plot was badPublished 6 months ago by Rachel Tucker
A great opening book. It was my first introduction to the author and I must say there was plenty happening with decent twists and turns to keep me interested.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
So good could not put it down so happy that they ended up together can not be live what u find. Out at the endPublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Love the story and the struggle to be with the one you love. How once you find your true mate nothing can stop you from being together.Published 11 months ago by Lora Jessee Ferguson
This was a great story. I really enjoyed it. I couldn't put it down. It has a lot of twists and turns.Published 19 months ago by sandra