"I could feel my anger building again. It bubbled and burned inside, covering my whole body. I wanted now to hurt these cats like they were hurting us. They deserved to get all of that pain back.
"And I wanted to be the one to inflict it on them."
Out on a goddess-given quest she knows little about, March Howe finds her patience wearing thin. Between her lack of understanding with the mission, the inexplicable dream she keeps having, and Saffron's constant stream of complaints, it's all she can do to keep going forward and not turn back. But she treks on, trying to figure out what the mission is all about and searching for those strange women from her dream.
And if the quest isn't enough, Greyson keeps telling March to seek out Gaia for understanding and strength. But his new found obsession with the stillness is getting on March's nerves. And Jasper can't help but notice the growing divide between March and Greyson. Besides meditation, March is having trouble reconciling her hybrid power with her responsibilities to the were world. But when friends join the group, pieces fall into place and they find themselves in a whole new world.
In Book Seven of the Lone March Series, March Howe steps into the role she was born to play: Savior of the Wolves. War is spreading and more than one group of enemies is after her and her friends. But it's just the practice she needs to prepare for the final battle. Can she take on all these new challenges and save a species that can no longer define her, or will the cats make sure the last of the were-wolves are truly the last?