Meet Tommi. She's a blue haired Arts graduate from Dundee--who is about to receive a life changing surprise when she travels to New Zealand to learn more about her father. Tommi is a werewolf and her family may be not be her allies ... or very nice.
And she may just turn out to be the most powerful werewolf in the world.
This one was an action packed tale filled with young characters and the odd bit of self-depreciating humour that was pleasing at times and a bit annoying at others. It will probably be appreciated more by readers in their late teens and twenties, particularly those who not seen it all done before (and with more bite,) in Martin Millar's Lonely Werewolf Girl. That said, there is plenty to like in this story of family and ... changes.