Published:February 2nd 2022
Publisher: Gen Z Publishing
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Mavis Corvid can’t remember. Not who she is, nor where she came from. It’s been six months and nothing. Zip. Zilch. Now she’s settling into a new life. She’s back on her feet, literally, and working at a garage in Eustace Park for a boss as grumpy as he is handsome. She has an apartment, friends, and an insatiable curiosity about werewolves.
No one knows why the wolves disclosed their existence to the world, but the one-year anniversary of their reveal is fast approaching. A fight brews between two alphas that could threaten the rest of humanity unless Mavis can remember who she was. She knows she’s not a werewolf, but she is something else.
When pushed from a balcony Mavis’ second nature reveals itself. She shifts into a magpie to save her skin. Now she’ll have to harness her strange abilities and investigate her disappearance to find out what happened to the Aldwulf, the alpha of all alphas. However, the past is gone and Mavis isn’t the same person. With the opportunity to be whoever she wants, what kind of person will she choose to be?
This was an okay read. There was nothing wrong. There was nothing too spectacular to make it stand out from the crowd.
What I did like was being surprised at the baddie and also how the issue with Mavis’ amnesia came about and it’s emotional conclusion. I can’t say too much as I don’t want to spoil it.
It’s worth a read if you’re looking for a new author in the paranormal shifter genre.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.