Tiamhaidh stood like a rock next to Marie, surrounded by at least sixty shape shifters. Sofia could feel the hatred radiating from them and she was ashamed. Is this how things were nowadays? Where were the hospitable hellos and their manners? Shouldn't they at least hear them out before judging them? She glanced around but couldn't see one single friendly face anywhere. What had happened that her old pack had totally turned their backs on her? You happened, her conscience reminded her bitterly. Everywhere she looked she met icy stares and angry faces, and not a single one of them were ready to back away.
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What do you do when your parent is not who they seemed to be? How do you deal with the truth? Clarissa was once a normal teenager until she found out her mom was a shape shifter. She had to accept that fact and pick up the pieces. Her once "normal" family was no longer that at all. Nothing is as it seems. Clarissa's sudden awakening had caused her distress and distrust. She had to stay strong for her sister Marie who was fighting to survive. There had to be a way to find a cure for her epilepsy. Going back to meet with the elders was going to be unpredictable. But they had to try. This story touched me as my thoughts were absorbing the words on the pages. I couldn't help but feel emotional throughout this touching story. The writing made it easy to connect with the characters in a very real and visual way. Would they be able to escape the danger that lurked under the surface? Was there more wrong with Marie than they had imagined? This third book in the series had me on an ongoing roller coaster ride of emotions and lingering questions. I loved the intelligent, suspenseful, entertaining ride that was the Shape Shifter Series! "What if she stayed like this? What if her hope was useless? If the elders couldn't help her, who could? Could she live as a shadow and wait for death when she'd had a chance to taste Tiamhaidh's immortal soul? How could she face him day by day? She loved him so much that she couldn't stand to see him suffer. If no one had a cure for her, she would have to find a way to let him go. She just had to."