There can only be one alpha.
Bryn is finally settling into her position as alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack—or at least, her own version of what it means to be alpha when you’re a human leading a band of werewolves. Then she finds a teenage boy bleeding on her front porch. Before... read more
Just as Bryn has finally embraced her new role in her pack, a new threat rises to challenge the werewolves of Cedar Ridge. A broken and bleeding teenage werewolf named Lucas has found his way onto Bryn’s territory–a boy who belongs to the Snake Bend pack, whose alpha Shay is Bryn’s strongest... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Just as Bryn has finally embraced her new role in her pack, a new threat rises to challenge the werewolves of Cedar Ridge. A broken and bleeding teenage werewolf named Lucas has found his way onto Bryn’s territory–a boy who belongs to the Snake Bend pack, whose alpha Shay is Bryn’s strongest opposition. Lucas wants Bryn to claim him for her pack, but in doing so she will have to invite Shay into her territory.
But other werewolves are not the only threat to Bryn–Shay has allied himself with a group of psychics who think werewolves are nothing more than monsters. Though Bryn’s personality is definitely the most dominant, her human strength cannot rival that of the werewolves. In order to protect her pack, she is going to have to become even more like an animal and less like a human.
“After several seconds, Devon regarded the rest of us with mock solemnity. "We shal never speak of this moment again."”
“You know, Bryn," Ali said thoughtfully, "if Lily minded me half as wel as she minds you, I wouldn't be considering renaming her Bryn Two.”
Some people lived for the phrase strategically placed explosives. Lake was one of those people.Highlighted by 21 Kindle customers
For me, it will always, always be you, even if deep down, you wish I could be something or someone else.”Highlighted by 13 Kindle customers
“Bryn Rule number twenty-three,” Devon intoned, “whenever someone tells you to do something, make it a point to do the exact opposite.”Highlighted by 12 Kindle customers
“Show of hands,” Devon said, breaking the silence. “Who thinks we’re screwed?”Highlighted by 11 Kindle customers
I wasn’t entirely sure how to reply. Blow me and screw you both seemed like strong contenders, but the peanut gallery in my head appeared to be favoring castration.Highlighted by 11 Kindle customers
“Anyone ever told you that watching a girl sleep is pretty much the textbook definition of creepy?”Highlighted by 11 Kindle customers
I’d take a physical fight over Touchy-Feely Share Time, hands down.Highlighted by 10 Kindle customers
“Not for all the tea in China. Not for front-row seats at Fashion Week. Not for a featured role on Glee.”Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
I’m fine. I’m going to be fine, and if either of you move your chairs even a centimeter closer to me, you’re going to be picking stuffing out of your hair while trying to pry my foot out of your you-know-what.Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
“So if we can’t threaten Caroline, and we can’t interrogate her, how are we supposed to get her to say a darn thing?” Lake’s question was a good one, and I didn’t reply—mostly because my plan didn’t have much nuance beyond “poke it with a stick and see what happens.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
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