It was like I was going against the wind in a blizzard – it was so hard to concentrate on him. But fear and death were staring me right in the face and I knew if I looked away I’d be lost.
Fifteen-year-old March Howe is going through some bizarre bodily changes – the last thing she needs when most people at school already think she’s a freak. Little does she know that those changes are leading her into a supernatural world of strange mysteries and terrible danger. March is a were-wolf – but not just a were-wolf. She’s the last known female of the species, and that makes her a rare commodity.
Just when the guy of her dreams asks her out, a pack of were-wolves invade her house to take her back to their den, where she must be heralded through her first change or risk certain death. Along the way, she meets the dark and handsome Greyson, her only peer in the pack, and is caught up in the dark intrigue surrounding her new “family” and the strange truth behind her existence. Will she fit in this new, magical world better than she does at school? Will she even survive her first change? Or will the power that’s growing inside her destroy her and the entire were-wolf bloodline?
In Book One of the Lone March Series, March Howe must choose between mundane and magical, the familiar and the unknown, freedom and responsibility. Will she decide her fate before the last of the were-wolves decide it for her?
“A new take on the world of Lycanthropy, Irvin gives our heroine no choice but to grow up in a matter of weeks. Just the right amount of mystery, actions, and humor, with a touch of romance.”
“…Good action, mystery, and paranormal happenings. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.”