He failed to shift like every one of his ancestors have. Until he met her…
When Eden starts at a new school during her senior year, she has no idea how much her life is about to change. Then she meets Noah, who immediately draws her in with his summer sky eyes and the secrets he hides behind them.
Their connection is as inexplicable as it is undeniable. It’s a connection that has Eden running and Noah burning to know more about this shy, wounded girl.
But it’s a connection that’s destined to spark a prophecy that neither knew existed.
A prophecy others are willing to kill for.
As families fracture and struggle to realign, as their hearts connect and ignite, Eden learns to trust. But with love and life on the line, will Eden find the power to believe?
This young adult paranormal romance has very similar tropes to the Twilight Saga. The author included forbidden love, young adult romance, and fated mates perfectly. The story itself is different as they battle things like pack politics, their own fears, and community constraints. I did enjoy this read, but the author really wrapped everything up in the book well. This story did leave you with a few questions and a few more books in the series.
This book was suggested because it is similar to Twilight. I have to admit from the blurb I am highly interested.
Eden is starting at a new high school in Jacksonville, Wyoming. This isn’t her first time being the new girl in school. She is a senior and can’t wait to go to college. She just has to survive the rest of high school. She makes a friend with an outgoing girl named Tara. Her first run-in with Mitch and Noah leaves her shy and blushing.
I like that we get Noah’s point of view as well. Noah is intrigued by her. Especially her eyes and her height, but he often equates her to a turtle hiding in her shell.
Extensive talks about the precepts, but we have yet to know. His dad is the sheriff, and he has been trained for something.
Eden has a soft spot for animals. These two are awkward near each other it is almost painful. Why? Oh, interesting, the truth is out now. I hope the talks about it as the anomaly would be unique if explained.
This story gets heartbreaking as outside forces try to dictate what the heart should want and what’s best for political alliances. I’m glad that Noah makes the right choice. Unfortunately, it may cause some damage to the politics of the packs.
This book really ramps up toward the end. Lots of action and heartbreak. But it needed so good. It does feel like the author wrapped it all up, but a few questions remain. There are more books in the series, but I don’t really desire to read them just yet.
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