Shae’s body is betraying her and she’s terrified. Though she’s joined the ranks of her shifter friends, she knows inside she’s not like them. Her unstable cells won’t let her control the shift.
As Topanga grows crowded with suspicious shifters, aligned with the fascist Order, it becomes clear they have been living in a tiny haven on the edge of an intolerant, militant shifter society. Even worse, Shae’s formal presentation to El Oso, the Order’s Berserker Supreme Leader, is only days away. Without full control of her powers or her body, she’s not sure she’ll survive the inspection.
As Shae discovers the dreadful truth about her family heritage, she’s faced with a severe choice: break with the Order and lose her friends or submit to a life of subjugation and lies.
No matter what she chooses, she’ll be left with only Remnants of the life she had.
This book picked up right where the last one left off. Shae and the crew are back. Shae is having trouble when she shifts and her friends are trying hard to find a solution to her problem. As her connection to Aiden fizzles, her attraction to Callum only grows. The order will arrive, friendships will be tested and Shae will have to make the hardest decision of her life. In the midst of all this, she finds out something about her family that changes everything she’s ever known.
I can’t really say too much without giving the story away, but I enjoyed delving deeper into Shae’s world.
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