A troubled relationship, a political attack, a backstabbing traitor, and a whole shitload of trouble.
Elena Jensen is done being the victim. She’s stronger now and ready to begin training her most valuable asset, her natural born Alpha powers. Life would actually be looking up, if it weren’t for the price on her head and her soulmate’s inability to move past the moment she’d shared with Connor during the plane crash.
When she begins training with someone uniquely qualified to help with her new powers, Elena starts to think that maybe she has a chance against her psychotic uncle and that maybe she could one day reclaim what is rightfully hers.
Elena’s hopes and plans come crashing down when The Sisterhood is attacked on multiple fronts, leaving her new allies reeling and vengeful against those who would harm them. Caught up in the rush of political upheaval, Elena never sees the hand that betrays her or the blow that threatens her life.
You’ll never know how much strength you have until you’re given the choice to fight or die.
I love the author’s acknowledgment at the begging of the story. This book starts way in the future from the last book. But I love that Elena is stronger, not as broken. This book seems a lot about Elena learning about how to control herself and her discovered powers. The sisterhood plays a more prominent role in this book, and I really enjoy how it strengthens and reassures our heroine. I love seeing her and bash grow closer and enjoy their time together. Daniella has defintely come along way as a supporting character and even surprised me in this book. This book has steamy scenes, action-packed pages, and so much going on that sometimes it is hard to keep up with.
Like most books, this one will shock and awe you, but when you least expect it. The fact that the author ends on a lead into the next book makes me want to read the next one more.
This book is for a mature audience due to explicit scenes , violence and language
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