Moon-Burn by Erin Irvin
"In one fast motion, he shoved me against the wall and cupped a hand over my mouth. I had been so stupid. The very thing I had feared from the start was happening—he was overpowering me and there was nothing I could do about it!"
When her pack gets taken, March Howe is forced to enlist the help of the one person she trusts least in the world—Elliot Sharp. As if running around the state alone with him isn’t bad enough, she fears they won’t make it back home in time for the Full Moon Cycle. Risking her humanity to be out in the wild is worth it to save her pack. But some things, once done, can’t be undone, and March is afraid she may have lost pieces of herself she can’t get back.
With her rage threatening to ruin her life, her new talent for athletics and the frigids trying to suck her into their group, March’s friends are noticing she’s changing in big ways. She tries harder than ever to force her life into normalcy, but Avery is the only one who can make her see that it’s okay to be different, and a bond begins to form between them that neither can fully understand. Meanwhile, the new guy, Jasper, keeps her guessing, and bouncing between anger and intrigue.
In Book Three of the Lone March Series, March Howe finds history repeating itself, as she tries to choose between Ethyn and Greyson. Heated passion and violent fury are waging a war inside her, while the wolves are waging a war across the state. Will she learn to balance her internal storm before the last of the were-wolves destroy each other?