The Wolves That Are
Sailor Webster doesn't know what happened the night her sister died, but she knows who does.
Sailor Webster never expected the night of her prom to end in a hospital after learning that her twin sister, Juliette, had been in a fatal car accident after unexpectedly leaving the school. Sailor is even more surprised to discover that she wasn't alone, but that Ames Avendale, a social pariah who hadn't even gone to the prom, had been in the car with her . . . and lived.
With evidence mounting that the car accident that killed her sister might not have been an accident, Sailor turns to Ames Avendale, the only one who knows why Juliette left prom so early, why he was in the passenger seat beside her, and why the car crashed on a desolate road with no alcohol in her sister's system. But Ames is insisting that his head trauma is preventing him from remembering what happened the night Juliette died, and even though Sailor senses something almost . . . endearing about Ames, she doesn't believe him.
As secrets begin to unravel about a life Sailor didn't know Juliette was living, or the history that Ames is desperate for her to overlook, Sailor starts to realize that maybe a car crash wasn't what actually killed her sister that night, but the secrets she threatened to no longer keep.
The secrets Sailor is about to learn.