Trey thought he was the only one.
It was a lie.
The last hereditary werewolf has found his pack – and they’re vicious, bloodthirsty, and truly wild.
Trey has had enough of vampires, demons and sorcerors. He needs to get in touch with his real family – the ones with fur, fangs and killer instincts.
But the wolf pack howling at the moon in Canada is not what he expected. And without the protection of de-fanged vampire and demon-hunter Lucien Charron, the family secret is more dangerous than he ever knew. Trey’s out of control. Can the werewolf be tamed?
Once again we dive into the Young Urban Fantasy world of Steve Feasey as Trey seeks to discover his roots by seeking out his only surviving family member, his Uncle, only to discover some hurtful family secrets that were perhaps best left buried in the past. Once again this is an absolute corker of a tale that really is taking the reader on an adventure as Trey not only grows emotionally but gives them the story that they would have demanded as we get to see what is essentially a powerhouse have to face the more crippling emotional aspects of his past. A real joy to read and whilst the less action packed novel of the series to date is the one that will have the readers routing for Trey on subsequent tales. I really can’t wait to see where Steve takes Trey and his friends in future adventures.