Inside of each of us, there are two wolves.
One is good. It is love, peace, life, serenity, and hope.
One is bad. It is pain, anger, sadness, guilt, and hatred.
Which one wins?
The one you feed more.
Ella, youngest child and only daughter of Anthony and Ana, king and queen of her pack, has always struggled with trying to fit in. Her first shift is late by a few years, she is sensitive, and she is a bookworm, semi-tomboy, basically everything a princess isn't supposed to be.
Worst of all, though, is the fact that she has what seems to be an inner battle between herself. Between two wolves.
But two wolves means two personalities, two lives, two people. And two wolves also means two mates, who seem not to realize their tearing their jewel, their star, apart.