Aurora struggles to be a normal teenage girl, which is a bit hard to do when you’re anything but a normal girl. Being half wolf on her father’s side gives her the strength of a normal shifter, though most of her abilities are hindered with the pollution of her bloodline.
After years of abuse from a pack under her father’s order, her mother rescues her from the Philippines and the two move to a small town in Tennessee where Aurora tries her best to lead a normal life. Dealing with an abusive pack is something she’s grown used to but high school may pose a different problem altogether. With her memories constantly popping up at inconvenient moments and a bully intent on making her sophomore year hell, Aurora just can’t seem to catch a break. That is, until she meets a boy that lets her see what being normal is all about. When things finally start to look up, her past catches up with her and threatens to take away everything she’s worked so hard to accomplish. Aurora soon finds living a normal life comes with a price and the thing she wants the most might just cost her the one thing she’d once been willing to give up. Her life.
Some material may not be suitable for readers under 18: MATURE YA: Read with caution
This Book is Part of a Series "Howling At Midnight"
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