There were many things I didn't understand, like why I had to be different, why I was cursed by the Moon Goddess, why I felt like a weed growing in a field of sunflowers and most importantly, why he couldn't feel what I felt between us. Why his heart didn't hammer in his chest like mine did whenever I looked into his gold-green irises, why he didn't hesitantly retreat his hand from mine like I did whenever I felt that jolt of something much stronger than electricity from our contact, why he stared at me completely emotionless while I was pretty sure adoration was clear on my features.
I guess confusion just always unravels itself to form something beautiful.
Due to a grave sin committed by her father, Addie had her wolf taken away from her when she was just a baby. Throughout her entire childhood she is insulted and bullied by her pack members so she decides to adapt to a human life instead. She knows how it feels to be unwanted and isolated and gives up all hopes of ever feeling like she belonged in her pack. That is, until certain incidents unfold and she realizes that she has a power that rarely exists among werewolves. However, she is further confused when a dashingly handsome, but rude Alpha takes her into his pack and she suddenly feels the mate bond between them, but somehow he doesn't.
NOTE: I am not truly contented with my writing in this book, hence I will begin editing it in a few months time and it will be updated after I have finished editing. Stay tuned!