Sadie desperately wants to rescue her friend Narissa from the clutches of the humans who kidnapped her, but before she can find a way to their hidden lab, humans capture Sadie for their evil experiments. Elijah, Luke, and Greyson — her mates — will stop at nothing to get her back. As the wolves search for a way to keep themselves and their packs safe, something even darker lurks in the shadows.
They don’t have one enemy, but two who are out to destroy all the shifters, be they human or Fairy. Will her mates rescue her in time? Can they overcome the threat and save not only themselves, but also set all shifters free from fear?
Her mates will do anything to get her back, even if it means eating the evildoers.
The Fairy let out a breath through her nose and black flame curled around her nostrils. Sadie felt a moment of fear but held her ground. “My name is Narin. I’m Narissa’s sister. I have information about who took her. Please, she’s in so much pain. You’re the only one who can help her.”
At the mention of Narissa, Sadie’s heart dropped. Her best friend had been taken by the same people who were after the other shifters. Her friend’s agony had come to Sadie in a dream. It was the driving force she needed to call together all the shifters and those Fairies who had pledged themselves to help the silver wolf.
“How do you know about her being kidnapped?” Sadie asked, keeping the Fairy outside the house. It could be a ruse. Everything in her jumped at the tidbit of news. However, she couldn’t believe her without proof. “How do I even know you’re Nari’s sister? She was shunned in Fairy because she’s a shapeshifter.”
“You have every right to be wary of me. I love my sister even though our father decreed her not worthy of the royal line because of her tainted blood. The other Fae who came here, the shifters, hate my father as much as I do. Many of his subjects do not approve of his actions and working with the humans. Please let me enter and I’ll tell you what I know.”
“Swear to me no harm will come to anyone in this house or the other shifters in this compound. Prove to me you’re Nari’s sister, and I’ll let you in.” Sadie knew from her friend to get a Fairy’s word before agreeing to anything. Then they had to honor it.
Narin glanced around the outside and stared into the woods where the Fairy shifters had taken refuge. “I swear I’m not here to hurt you and I mean no harm to the others. I swear it on my sister’s mark upon you. I’m here in peace.” The Fairy drew out a silver locket from under her dress and opened it. Inside was a picture of Narissa and Narin. “This was our mother’s. Narissa is my twin.”
Sadie held the locket and studied the images. The paintings shared a resemblance to one another. The sisters weren’t identical. The silver was cool against her palm and didn’t burn her like it would have any other shifter because of her immunity to it.
“What do you think? Can we trust her?” Sadie asked her wolf.