****Sequel to It Doesn't End With Blood**** Adam has always led a life in the shadows of someone else. If not in that shadow, then in his own self-doubt. The timid male isn't the hero, nor is he the type to jump into battle. He is the runt, the victim and later the overlooked wolf in the woods. After Verun, the one he harmed early in life and the closest he ever had to a sibling, saves him and pulls the Darkness from him, it gives Adam a new perspective on life. On his life. If only Jinns and their gangs wouldn't get in the way of the disorderly order that was Adam's new life. It all started with a wish, and suddenly Adam is floundering and wondering how he can keep his 'hands' on the wheel.