Joette McClane’s life has gone from the happiest it could ever be to heartbreak with the deaths of her parents. Now living with her grandma and aunt, trying to put the pieces of her life back together, a school assignment shocks the life back into Joey- an essay on the weregals, a race of werecats who disappeared from the mountains of West Virginia nearly twenty years ago. As luck, or fate, would have it, not only does Joey stumble across the first weregal seen in years, but what Kev knows about Joey will turn her world upside down. But Kev’s not the only creature lurking in the West Virginia pines, and these other creatures might not be so friendly. Armed with her peculiar sense of smell, Joey and her friends set out to discover the truth behind these mysterious strangers who have their sights set on Joey, but will the price of truth be too much to pay?
Joey and Kev are now on the run, all the while Joey’s weregal side grows stronger. Escaping to Fairimorr proves to be more daunting than either had counted on, and when they arrive at their destination, they don’t receive the warm welcome they expected. With a new, foreign world ahead of her, Joey is faced with new challenges and obstacles that she never dreamed she’d ever have to face. Her human upbringing puts her at a disadvantage, which those she now comes into contact with don’t even begin to understand. She must choose whether life in Fairimorr is worth the sacrifices she’s made, or if she’ll find a way to escape back to Earth. All the while Joey learns to trust her instincts to survive, and not all of them are human instincts. And when her world feels like it’s tearing apart, she is faced with the question that her heart needs answered: does she truly belong with Kev, as his mate?
Joette “Joey” McClane is on a life or death mission. With her best friend’s life on the line, she, Kev, and a host of her new friends and family escape to Earth. With two people already dead from Tom’s evil plan, and one still unaccounted for, they have to race the clock to rescue Chrissa and return to Fairimorr before Leon breaks the truce with Derek. Knowing it is likely her last trip to Earth, Joey requests to stay a few days longer to celebrate Thanksgiving with her relatives, but that may be pushing their time limit too far. When the unthinkable happens, the group finds themselves trapped on Earth. With unlikely new allies and traitors in their midst, it soon becomes difficult to tell friend from foe. In all of their trials, one fact remains clear to Joey: Tom must be stopped at all costs, or humanity will be destroyed.
“My cub. My mate. That’s what she was. Now, I only needed to prove it to her.”
Angus has burned every bridge in his path, leaving behind ruined friendships and family ties. With nowhere to turn, he continues assisting Troy with his evil intentions. That is until Angus discovers how far Troy is willing to go to have his way. With the companionship of the female cub Troy has stolen, Angus flees to the safety of a pack rumored to live in Iowa. If the pack exists, will they accept Angus and his young companion, and will Angus be able to convince the young female that he can change?
Bec had finally found a place to call home and friends who became family, until the safety they enjoyed was ripped apart at the seams. Now on the run, Bec and her pack find themselves under attack by the giant weregal twins who destroyed their safe haven. But when help arrives, the twins flee, taking one of Bec’s new friends with them. With no other choice than to continue their journey to Lyle’s headquarters, Bec finds a few familiar faces among the strangers as they determine the best way to hit Troy where it counts.
When Skye wakes up to find herself kidnapped by Colt and Wesson, she isn’t prepared for what that means for her future. As Colt’s newest acquisition to interrogate, Skye learns this man may not be who he appears. The twins are more ruthless than she’d imagined, but Colt’s softer side tempts her to trust him. Is that the real Colt, or is he playing a dangerous game with her mind?