Living with her erratic mother has always been a struggle for seventeen-year-old Margot. Though she loves her mother, she tries to be the exact opposite of her flighty and disorganized parent. When they move to Northern Michigan near a grandmother and uncle she’s never known, her mother’s depression begins to border on crazy, which makes Margot crazy.
Her escape comes in the form of a boy named Ethan. At first, he’s just looking for a new girlfriend—someone different from all the girls he’s dated in their small town—and Margot’s just interested in the distraction he provides. But within weeks, against her mother’s rule about not dating, Margot’s comparing the need to breathe with Ethan.
Then between a killer wolf in the woods and her grandmother’s revelations about their family, she’s pushing Ethan away. Because if the unbelievable is true, Margot will become that wolf in the woods.
Appropriate for grade nine and up.
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||652 KB|
About the Author
Visit her at
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this book and its romance !!!
Margot's crazy mom keeps moving (like every couple of years) and this time they move in with her grandma and uncle, who Margot doesn't remember living with when she was little. At school the most popular guy pursues her. And even though her mom doesn't want her dating, Margot can't resist him. But between tracks around her house, weird dreams, and an injured man in the woods it's evident something's going on with her family. I liked this book a lot. Especially the romance aspect of it. The banter between Margot and Ethan was great and I could really see how they fell in love, instead of the instalove that is in so many books. Neither were perfect. They each made the other a better person. The wolf part of the story wasn't typical either. There's no loving wolf pack here. Rather the werewolves were dangerous, which was fun in a twisted way. If you like romance where you can see/ understand how the two people fell in love, I definitely recommend this.
A really different take on werewolves. Plus the romance was awesome.