Taken by Storm by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (Raised by Wolves #3)
Bryn knows first-hand that being the alpha of a werewolf pack means making hard decisions, and that being human makes things a thousand times worse. She’s prepared to give up her humanity, but the wolf who promised to Change her is waiting – though for what, Bryn doesn’t know. Still human, she must take her place in the werewolf Senate, the precarious democracy that rules the North American packs. Standing side by side with werewolves who were ancient long before she was ever born is enough of a challenge, but Bryn soon learns that the Senate has been called to deal with a problem: the kind of problem that involves human bodies, a Rabid werewolf, and memories that Bryn, Chase, and the rest of their pack would rather forget. With bodies stacking up and political pressure closing in from all sides, Bryn and her pack are going to have to turn to old enemies and even older friends for help – especially when it starts to look like this time, the monster might be one of their own. From Goodreads
Wow, let’s just say that if you want to cry, read this book. I think I may have cried hard because my husband thought something was really wrong when he saw me. I think if and when I reread this book I will still cry just as hard as I did the first time.
This time around, Shay calls a meeting for the Alpha’s because there is a Rabid out and about and they think it is a female. So once she realizes that it is Maddy, they have to go through a lot to find her only to be surprised by what they find out.
This time around though, it ends up being her aunt (technically) Caroline, Lake, Chase, her, and Jed as the adult supervision. They end up finding out that Griff, Lake’s twin that died, was able to materialize now because of something with Maddy and Lucas’ baby. Shay was still being evil and tried to get Maddy and the baby but Maddy was able to hold off because she is Resilient.
Eventually Shay finds out why he shouldn’t mess with Bryn and take people away from her that she loves. Which to say the least I couldn’t wait for her to smack his smugness right off his face and she did with help of course.
I don’t want to give too much away because honestly it was just that good of a book. But I am happy with the cliffhanger ending; I hope that there will be more books with Bryn’s story. I want it to continue.
I give this book 6 out of 5 stars. It is just that amazing.