Sam has always loved Grace. As a wolf, he watched her from afar. As a boy, he held her in his arms.
Now facing the possibility of a life without her, he will do anything to keep her safe. Even if it means facing his demons. Even if it risks everything he has.
Anything, as long as their love can survive…
In the final book of The Wolves of Mercy Fall Series all the characters are fighting for themselves as well as the wolves survival.
Cole is realising that what he needs is purpose in his life. That being a wolf doesn’t take away his problems but becoming one has put him back on a better path a again.
Isabel is about to learn that maybe she they way other people see her might be right. That is possible about time to let someone in and that life in Mercy Falls hasn’t been as bad as she made it out to be.
Grace wants to be with Sam but she doesn’t want to lose her parents either. Her life plans have been put on hold but she isn’t afraid to still dream about her future.
But Sam has the toughest time at all though. He is missing the person who looked after him and afraid of not being able to take on the responsibility he has been left with. He doesn’t want to loose Grace but he isn’t sure about Cole and his experiments. And he is about to question everything he though about his hero.
And on top of all of that they wolves are at risk of being wiped out but Isabel’s dad.
Like the rest of the books in this series this book was an easy read and I have to say that I agree with the comment that it’s the best book to curl up with. Although it is not one of my favourite books as it the writing didn’t keep you turning pages it was a good book. All of the character’s had an important part to play in the overall story but they also learnt important things about themselves that could just save them. Although I wasn’t sure at first I have enjoyed this series and I am glad I have read them. I think the would make a good holiday read so if you have a break coming up add it to your to-read list for then and relax and enjoy the story.