Running through the woods one night, Tilly takes a nose dive and ends up in a werewolf camp. She had been running for her life from the women who had adopted her when she was a young child. They were witches and they were very cruel to her, making her raise demons and basically torturing her when she didn't do as told. That had been her life for years until she escaped and then was rescued by Spencer, the black sheep of the werewolf camp. He was the son of the alpha, but his mother had run off with him and when she died, Spencer was brought back to his father to live. He had been a small child when he came back and his father didn't treat him as nicely as his half-brothers, taking out his years of anger and frustration of his son instead. Tilly connects with Spencer like no one else in the camp, but insists that she doesn't care for him. Spencer's half-brother, Dominic, has been getting very close to her and it makes Spencer jealous. Realizing he has feelings for Tilly is a fight for him since she is always with Dominic. To make matters worse, no one knows what Tilly is or what she's running from, but it could put them all in danger.
I love rooting for the under dog. Those kind of books suck me in and I couldn't put this one down. I read it in one day. It was fascinating to watch the romance between Tilly and Spencer grow even though they keep trying to push the other away. And things only get more complicated when the past comes out to play, but Spencer never abandons her. He is always there for her. It's sweet considering how distant he is to everyone else. He's a very complicated character. Tilly, however, is a rather naive girl since she was guarded and put under lock and key for years. So having boys all over her like that is something new that she must sort out for herself. Her feelings are confusing and I could see where they would be for someone who's never even had a boyfriend before. This is a must read!!!
5 out of 5 stars!!!