So, today’s review is on Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. This book is about a young girl who has lived her whole life as one of the very few humans in a werewolf pack. Bryn’s parents were murdered when she was four and she was rescued by Callum, the alpha of the pack, from her own death. Now Bryn is fifteen, and something unexpected has been dropped in her lap. Chase was a human, now he’s a wolf. That’s not supposed to happen.
Bryn is drawn to Chase and the mystery he represents. As the two get closer, they find out that they’re more connected than they thought. Chase is everything Bryn might have been, had Callum not rescued her all those years ago. Now fighting to save the lives of others, Bryn and Chase dive into their own pasts and face the monsters that hid there.
I loved Raised by Wolves because Bryn is feisty, stubborn, and fierce. She doesn’t take no for an answer, even when that might be the easier route. When her life is upended, she fights her feet fast and throws herself into the fight to save others. Because of her loyalty, her two best friends, Lake and Devon, fight by her side. Along with Chase, the four of them have a kind of unbreakable bond of friendship that lasts. Even the scary Rogue werewolf from her past can’t break them.