Publisher Description

Half a kingdom is marked to turn into wolves at night and half to turn into wolves during the day, but one girl does not shift and she must save them all.

Aein lost her family when she was a child, and ever since, she dreamed of becoming a soldier to serve the man who saved her. When that day finally comes and she is sent to patrol the border's swamp, it seems like her wish has come true.

But something bad follows her home.

When Lord Arnkell's wedding is interrupted by a werewolf attack, the dream shifts into a cursed nightmare... and Aein is the only one awake. Will she be strong enough to defend the ones she loves? Or will she be destroyed by the coming darkness?

Book One in the complete young adult Twilight Shifters trilogy.

Young Adult
December 1
Katherine Danley
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

QueenFoxy4 ,

The book of my head

Loved this book so much!!!

LizM4078 ,

Interesting read.

I'm glad I read this book. I truly enjoyed it. It wasn't one of those books were the heroine falls for the prince and is torn. It was filled with action and adventure from the beginning.

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i’ve definitely read books that have more attention-grabbing plots and characters. i like the idea that the author has, but the way the book is worded doesn’t grab my attention very well. i also think that the plot moves too fast and there’s not really a good description that you can feel/taste/touch/see in the book for any setting they’re in.
this is the kind of book that i would expect a kid in jr. high to write. not quite phenomenal, but not horrible.
like i said, i like the idea and i get what the author is trying to create, but i cant feel any connection with the characters and i cant imagine the setting in its self.
i would suggest that this book would be written in 1st person so that we can really get the feel of how she feels when she sees the fog, or when she hugs the cook, or when she hears that mysterious thing in the fog... we don’t know what she thought she heard, because it is written in 3rd person.

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