Oh-My-Goodness. I have had this book on my kindle for a couple of months but just now read it, and I read it in 2 days once I started (because I couldn’t be bothered to do such things as eat or sleep, who needs those, pah!)
So the book picks up with Scout and Liam on the lamb from the Alpha Pack. Liam is his typical self, being scowly and brooding. He doesn’t tell Scout where they are going or what the plan is. Scout is still devastated that Jase has betrayed her and she doesn’t know what happened to Charlie after they escaped. They move from place to place and soon find that they need to disguise Scout as the Alpha Pack has released to the media that this particular Senator’s daughter is missing so the whole country is looking for the strange looking girl with pale skin, silvery hair and silvery eyes.
Throughout the book we learn more about the shifter culture and just what exactly is so wrong that the rebellion is needed for. We learn about Liam and Alex’s past. Alex still comes to Scout in her dreams. Liam and Scout get closer. This is the last book in the series (although, I just want my voice to be heard, I think this should be a quadrilogy, or a longer even!) so we do get resolution to the situation with the alpha pack. We met more characters and I loved them all! Just Read it!
Favorite Quote: I will have you know that this author is amazingly funny! There were so many times when I found myself chuckling or smiling at something Scout said and that doesn’t happen often for me. I love you Tammy Blackwell! So I don’t really know if this is my favorite, it is one of a long line of favorite scenes…
“Are all Shifters impervious to the cold, or are you just so badass the cold avoids you out of fear of being Chuck Norrised?” –Scout to Liam
I read from others that they didn’t feel like the Scout/Liam connection was valid and I must respectfully disagree. I absolutely loved, loved, loved it! It was slow and sweet. They were both struggling over whether it was real or cabin fever or just Alex-look-a-like attraction. My only complaint about it was the very end when Liam came back from Romania, it ended a few pages too soon. What is the plan? He asked her to give up the alpha position! She said no, but that should have been a bigger deal. Will he stay in Kentucky or will she go to Romania. I could have used another entire chapter just about those two stinkers working things out. I savored every moment throughout the book when those two got pushed too far and their lovey-dovey feelings broke through.