Being one of a kind used to be Dylan's only source of reassurance when dealing with her secret. She used to believe that being the only female werewolf to be born in centuries made her special, even if she had to hide it.
As it turned out, she was wrong. There's another shewolf out in the world, somewhere.
While Logan, newly awakened from his coma, and the pack try to solve the mystery of the other girl's identity, Dylan is busy adjusting to life in college, and it is not the picnic she had hoped for. And if that's not enough to make her head explode, trouble in paradise certainly will, as another mystery also begins to unravel; that of true mates.
With so many secrets becoming exposed, Dylan begins to question her own existence, and the seemingly unlikely reality of her birth.
(Book 3 in Masked SheWolf trilogy)
This is one of the very few series that I’ve actually enjoyed enough to pay for the entire thing. Normally I just read the first free one, enjoy it, and move in. This series had me hooked throughout the whole thing. It was a unique take on werewolves, a story line I’ve never read anything similar to before. I would love to continue if there was more to the series.