Soul Bound [Book Three, Lady and the Wolf]
"Because you lost your arm?" he asked.
"No," she answered, staring straight through him with a little grin. "Because I lost what humanity I had left."
Aira Blight was six years old when her parents, brother and sister were hunted down, and murdered.
Aira Blight was nineteen years old when she lost her arm, her mate, and her mind.
Aira Blight with twenty-two years old when she decided to take it all back, and make them all fall to their knees.
There's more than one way to make a wolf howl.
It's been nearly three years since the night her life changed. She can't forgive, and she can't forget, she's in a constant state of limbo and she's playing a dangerous game with time itself. The only option she has now is to go back to the time and place that set everything in motion and kill Van, stopping this endless cycle of death and destruction, but when she finds she can't take the life of the man who saved hers, she has to come to terms with the fact that you can't change deaths plan.
But you can change a murderers mind.
With the threat of Altholo breaking open and unleashing Lycanthrope hell on earth, Van and Aira must decide whether they want to be the legend or the love-story, because either way, it's going to be the tragedy everyone warned them about.