Bastian had to have been the most handsome man that Katherine had ever met. It really was unfortunate that he was also the most stubborn, controlling, downright infuriating jackass she'd ever known as well. Oh, and there was the fact that he was a werewolf - a werewolf who has bitten her.
Sixteen-year-old Katherine Mayes had never believed in mythological creatures like werewolves or mermaids - certainly not those sparkly vampires that her friend Abby was obsessed with. Even when she's bitten by a massive animal after a reckless night of teenage adventure and her body begins to change in mystifying ways, she can't force herself to believe in what she's convinced is impossible. Little does she realize, she's been infected with a disease a little more permanent than the rabies she feels fortunate to have not contracted - lycanthropy.
Her fierce denial is soundly shattered, however, when she is simultaneously saved and kidnapped by Bastian and his pack. Forced to leave small-town Iowa behind and adjust to their way of life in a hidden society, Katherine must also deal with fighting the pull she feels towards the man - or wolf, rather - who has bitten her and disrupted her life so completely.
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Had Potential but . . .
This book had potential but there were many time I found myself being pulled out of the story due to immature hurt feeling and teenage angst. I find this type of behavior very annoying so keep that in mind for my review.
The book started off good with a lot of suspense and I thought I knew the direction of the author but then BAM the story takes off in a direction I didn’t see coming. Once the author had me down this path I wanted more. Like I said more detail in the back story of the character, more detail in the relationship dynamics of each character and more detail in to the “Hunter”.
I could do without the teenage drama and the behavior issues that go along with being in high school. I don’t think the author gained anything by having the main female character so young.