Shelfari edited the description of All Hallows' Moon Tuesday, September 13, 2011.
The good girl has become a very bad werewolf... Rylie survived her transformation. She moves to her aunt’s ranch in the hopes she can enroll in a new high school and quietly continue her life-- except that she transforms into a monster every new and full moon and struggles to control her murderous urges. Without many werewolves left, it’s hard to stay in hiding. A family of hunters -- Eleanor, Abel, and Seth -- recognize the signs and follow Rylie to her new home. They want to stop her before she murders someone, and the only way to do it is with a silver bullet. Seth soon realizes the werewolf is Rylie, the one monster he failed to kill. Worse yet, he’s still in love with her. Torn between family and love, Rylie struggles to reconcile her feelings and control the wolf within while Seth fights to do what’s right. But what is right-- obeying desire or duty? EXCERPT FROM ALL HALLOWS' MOON The werewolf should have dominated the night, but humans had taken charge with guns and silver. The beast was cut off from the moon by iron bars and helpless to fight. Few human things made sense to her primitive mind, but one thing stood out above everything else: She had been caged. The wolf thrashed, shrieking when her flesh touched upon silver-laced iron. She tried to jerk away, but there was nowhere safe to flee. The hunters had placed her upon a bed of wolfsbane. A pair of legs moved into view, and the wolf smelled the familiar odor of leather. It would have been comforting if he hadn’t been aiming a rifle at her face. She whined. “Do it already, Seth,” snapped a woman. “I will if you won’t.” The wolf’s strength waned, and she flung herself at the cage one last time. Her flesh sizzled. She collapsed. The rifle swayed as Seth knelt beside her. “Shoot it!” “I’m sorry, Rylie,” he whispered. And then he squeezed the trigger.