Amber will go to any lengths to avoid the werewolf council who hunts her – even leaving behind the one person she cares for the most. Traveling across the US, she avoids other packs and remains on the run by working in backwoods bars.
Always alone, she never gets involved. One day she overhears a
conversation by one of the bars patrons. With her senses on high alert,
Amber cannot ignore the warning signs. Following the man to his
campsite, she finds out why.
Amber must decide if she can allow
herself to be drawn in to rescue the person being held hostage. Or
should she stick by her rules of not getting involved? With the
impending first shift to werewolf, her bloodlust will take over. Can she
go against her personal rule of not killing a human, and if so, would
it be A Justified Kill?
This was one book that is definitely gonna lead you to want to read the rest. Find out what Amber goes through in her thoughts, find out the tough decision she has to make all on her own. She has no pack, she has nobody around for her, and is trying to live her life the best he can with the hand she was dealt.
she comes across something that NEEDS to be dealt with, but what needs to be done weighs on her. Is it right? was the result what was wanted or needed?
The writing pulls you in, helps you see through her eyes, think how she thinks. You will life her life with her if even for a short time. You will think as she thinks and I guarantee you will come to the same realizations she does. She hasn't had an easy life, but she is doing the best she can and making it work.
MaryLynn works the characters so well you will feel as if you are them. You will see through their yes and become one of them. I highly recommend starting here and working your way through the entire series. Keep an eye out for more, as I will be reviewing the rest of the series and following along in all their lives.
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