Mature YA Book
4 out of 5 Stars
Seventeen year old Lacey Hannigan knows that she is different from other people. Her ability to move things with her mind has made her an outcast, even in her own home. She hates the power that she has and wants nothing more than to be normal like everyone else. But when she is forced to run away from home or be sent to a hospital to be studied like some kind of science project, she has no choice but to rely on her telekinesis in order to survive on her own. She soon finds herself in more danger than she ever thought possible when she discovers that there are even stranger people than her in the world. Like Cole, a man with a deadly secret who has vowed to stop at nothing until he has her. And Jesse, who seems like the perfect man until she learns that he may not be who she thinks he is.
The unbelievable becomes reality when seemingly normal people shed their human skin for that of fur and prowl the streets at night looking for their next victim. Will Lacey's power be her saving grace or her doom?
Lacey Hannigan always thought her human life was hard and unfair, but now that she is no longer human, her life is about to get a whole lot harder.
Taken away from the man she loves to a remote mountain so that she can learn to adapt to her new life as a newbie werewolf, she is forced to accept changes that she's not ready for, both with her body and her heart.
Everything she thought she knew about Jesse and Cole leaves her feeling hurt and confused as she learns the truth about their past and why they hate each other. Added to the mix of things is the growing darkness in her mind that makes her think that Cole might not have truly saved her after all.
Secrets will be revealed, lives will be lost and hearts will be broken. And Lacey will be in the center of it all whether she wants to be or not.
It is a shame that I have had Growl on my kindle for a while now but kept over looking it. I really liked it. Honestly it reminded me of The Vampire Diaries minus the vampires. I loved all the action and suspense in these two books. It has you intrigued right from the start. Elaine is good with leading you on but not giving you too much that gives the story away. I loved the characters and the way Elaine switches her characters from hero to villian. I read these two books back to back because they are so additively awesome.