The children of Fenrir are rising whether werewolf seeker Sonya Michaelson likes it or not.
Sonya's hot college professor boyfriend wants nothing more than for her to move in with him and settle down where he can keep her safe. But Sonya is no damsel in distress, let alone someone's lap dog, even if he is a Viking descended werewolf hot as Thor. She has werewolves tangoing with madness to save, and a new mystery to solve when a coyote shifter shows up on her doorstep. Navajo women are going missing—skinwalkers to be precise. What's worse, someone is turning them into coyote shifters, stripping them of their skinwalker powers.
But before she even has a chance to dig into the mystery, she and her best bud, reaper Ayra Valdisdöttir, are summoned before the Caninus Council to answer for their part in an event that risked exposing their kind to the mundane world. Dancing with council politics quickly take a back burner when Sonya realizes her mother has gone missing—and the reason seems to be directly tied to the abducted skinwalkers.
The appearance of an estranged relative she's never met along with a warning of more to come—people with their own agenda that she shouldn't trust—may be the curve ball that topples Sonya's Atlas-sized load of problems. If she doesn't find a way to hold it together, fend off the council's denizens, and solve the mystery of the missing women, several people will die—herself included.
Perfect for urban fantasy fans who love Vikings and Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson series.