After a decade in America, Crimson has been called home to take her place as the Wolf Charmer. She’s not entirely sure what is involved, only that she needs to choose a perfect Omega wolf to be hers. Crimson, the ever defiant witch, chooses the wolf Moon that was meant for termination. In that thread, Crimson’s character shines through. She’s a gatherer of misfits so to speak, and when she learns she must have 3 wolves in total, we can only imagine the ones she will choose.
In addition, Johns’ has given us two angels as well, and we have a merry band of misfits who, under Crimson, will try their best to do what is right, even if doing what is right isn’t what is expected as they investigate a murder allegedly committed by a wolf. But the whole thing smells fishy and Crimson has a lot on her plate. She must find the murderer, continue to train as the Wolf Charmer, and get out of the sticky situation they’ve landed in.
I wanted to be as vague as possible with my review as to not spoil the book. There is a lot going on, and it would be easy to let something slip. It’s hard to trust anyone in authority in this book, and so we need to rely on Crimson’s ability to steer clear of the lies to get to the bottom of everything. I loved Crimson’s character, she’s strong and assertive, and she’s really funny. This book ended on a cliffhanger, so you should be prepared for that going in. I can only hope that book 2 will follow soon as I am desperate to find out what happens. Very well done!