'I watch his slow gaze travel over all of us until it settles on me. I also watch as his pupils dilate and his lips pull back, exposing his teeth as he growls out "Mine!" I don't even have time to process what he said before the table he's sitting behind flies to the side and he lunges forward. Jamie pushes me to the side and Dad catches me before I can fall to the ground. Another growl rips out of the man's chest before something happens that I'm sure I imagined. Before my eyes, I watch as the man morphs into an animal. A wolf.' When Avery's parents drag her across the country just to congratulate someone, she knows something is up. When her parents then bring her to a strangers home in the middle of the woods, she can't help feeling like something is wrong. And when a man suddenly turns into a werewolf right in front of her eyes, Avery is sure that there was something her parents have been leaving out for the past nineteen years. She grew up assuming werewolves were fake, made real only in stories and folktales. Now she knows better, but will she be able to accept her new reality?
Eloise Danford is a good girl. She gets great grades, is polite to nearly everybody she meets, has an excellent relationship with her parents, and has never been one to party wildly. Things change though, when Ellie's cousin drags her to a party where she's never met anybody. It seems to be just the freedom she needed to finally let loose and go just a little crazy. She meets Tyson, the gorgeous, mysterious, green eyed guy who decided to dance with her. When Ellie wakes up from her wild night out, she decides to try moving past it, but that's not so easy when your school is full of rumor hungry teenage girls who love getting the latest gossip. Will she ever be able to move one with that night? Or will everything always come back to that one night?