Don't Let a Fox Guard the Henhouse
"Many foxes grow gray but few grow good." -Benjamin Franklin
Willow is almost two years older and her and Blithe have finally claimed some down time just for the two of them. Their disputing is over and while they're still healing old wounds, they are just trying to hold together strong. But just because they're resting doesn't mean the world will with them. Tensions couldn't be higher between Volpes (fox-shifters) and the other species. Everyone thought that just because Willow became the first Volpe Alpha, that meant that things had changed and the ongoing disputes over her species were over.
That couldn't be further from the truth.
Before, Willow was just another civilian, trying to make it through high school and, though aware of the conflicts, usually wasn't directly involved in any of the incursions aimed at her species. But with her new position as Tri-State Alpha Female, the threats she had heard of are aimed directly at her. Not only that, but the people of her new pack are depending on her for help, protection, and most of all, guidance. But at nineteen with still so much to learn, how can she ever lead thousands of people to safety and be their savior? People look up at Willow and her mate like saints because of a centuries old legend, but can she live up to the expectations placed on her because of a mere twist of fate? Or is Willow destined to turn into the monster everyone assumes she is and the monster that her brother became?
With the gruesome events of last year in the past, and the future looking ever dimmer, Willow, Blithe, Serena, Brian, and the gang need each other more than ever if they're ever going to get through a Civil War...
Book 2 of the 'Fox' Series (Sequel to 'Sly As a Fox')