A budding journalist trying to advance her career. A secluded werewolf reservation shrouded in mystery. A secret culture unexplored.
Taya Raveen has been assigned a journalism project that's guaranteed to skyrocket her career, a chance to see inside the infamous Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation. More a prison than a sanctuary, the reservation spans one thousand acres and is home to over fifty captive werewolves. No civilian has ever been allowed inside of the reservation, but Taya will get to glimpse it from an outsider's perspective, reporting her findings to the entire world.
With little funding, the werewolves have been all but forgotten by the outside world, living in a secret society inside of the reservation. Taya's main objective is to ensure the general public that the werewolves are being treated humanely and bring to light the need for a cure for the lycanthropy disease.
All seems well at first, but the longer Taya stays inside of the reservation, the more she begins to see the dark side of werewolf society. Not to mention that her arrival spawns dangerous plans for the werewolves to take finding the cure into their own hands.
This is a full-length novel that can be read as a stand alone or as part of a series.