When Myla is adopted into a new loving family after she was neglected by her mother at six years old, she grows up with two werewolf fathers. Having moved away from her dads werewolf lives until she was eighteen, they move back to their pack house for Myla to discover what she truly wants in life now she is an adult. Although Myla struggles to show emotion, her past constantly having a hold on her, she refuses to let it define her. Having found it difficult to maintain any friendships as a child and growing up feeling lonely, she wants to take a step out of her comfort zone. Myla's personality cold and sassy, she doesn't take shit from anyone. Holding her head up high and not letting anyone bring her down, she opens up to the idea of letting people in, having blocked out all of her emotions since childhood. Spending the summer with the Alpha's werewolf son, there is a first for everything. Her first party, her first kiss, her first love. It just shouldn't be this complicated being so young. - This book includes: - Strong Language - Mature Themes - Descriptions of physical and emotional abuse - Drug Use Can be read as a stand alone.