Werewolf Natalya Stravinsky’s outspoken sidekick, Aggie McClure, is featured in this prequel novella. Before Agatha set foot in South Toms River, New Jersey, she had the fight of her life to face. Destined to be the alpha female over her Manhattan pack, Aggie was fully prepared to take on her role until her father arranges a marriage without her consent. She wants out–but the only way is with money–something her new controlling husband won’t give her to escape. But such odds never kept a wolf like Aggie down. To sever the twisted tie, she finds herself pitted against raging wood nymphs and backstabbing brownies in an underground supernatural fighting ring. With every victory, the sweet taste of freedom is closer, but her husband isn’t willing to let her go that easily. Until the very end, Aggie must fight for the one thing she’s never had: a choice.
Release date: April 23rd 2013
This was a nice little story, because we already know a bit about Aggie past and why she joined Natalya. But is different seeing things happening and how much it hurt Aggie to fight to get away.
I really liked her and the strength she demonstrated to save herself and her mother, because her cruel alpha father wants to boss everyone around him without thinking about feelings and other things.
But the worst part for me was her husband because the bastard was a two faced liar and after the wedding things changed completely and Aggie discovered herself locked in a wedding as bad as her parents had.
I really liked getting to know more of Aggie and wish we could see her finally finding a little happiness.
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