Her pack needed a strong alpha; she needed her pack. Family got in the way
Shana holds an uneasy position as the only female in history to lead as alpha of Beo pack, and that position gets more difficult when she is forced to either risk the life of an outcast she-wolf or expose the pack to a family of hunters with a centuries-long reputation for decimating entire bloodlines.
When Shana’s prodigal mother returns, offering her help in getting rid of the hunters once and for all, Shana hesitates, knowing her mother’s help always comes at a cost.
Now she must choose: pack or family. Trouble is, that choice could be the last one she makes.