When Talia Thornwood is bitten by a werewolf she struggles daily for control over the wolf’s instincts. Constantly fighting with her inner wolf for control Talia has almost completely given up on a normal “human” life style and instead tries to focus on how to get by the best she can. Talia is not alone in this struggle. She has the help and support of her other pack mates, four other young adults who like Talia were a attacked by a rouge wolf. Together the five young wares live barley on the fringes of society sticking to themselves, away from other humans as much as possible for fear of hurting or killing someone. Then one day Talia comes across another werewolf. He is the same as her and her friends, but at the same time he is different. Unlike Talia and her pack, Corwin can control his inner wolf. He can go out in public and have a normal life. He can be around other people and not have to fight the urge to eat them. What is it that Corwin knows and understands that they do not? This is a story about a young woman’s journey into self discovery. It’s about learning about who and what she is and how to live in harmony with the beast that is within her This was a nice story, I will warn readers that unlike most books in this genre this is not an action story nor is it a romance (though it does have some of each in it). This book is very insightful, deep and educational. While the characters are learning about themselves you may learn something about life and about yourself as well. Reviewed by Jessica for Red Headed Bookworm Blog!