2 stars: Not something I’d recommend
Patricia Windsor’s story starts out fine. Maris is a teenager who wants to escape her mother, and when a chance to be an au pair in England pops up, she takes it. She soon finds out that all is not what it appears to be. This is a depressing book, and includes suicide. The mother of the children seems ignored and put down by her husband. The father shows way more interest in Maris then he should. (And out of nowhere she returns that interest.) He ‘bloods’ her- making her a wolf like him.
It goes downhill from there and this story does not end happily. I would NOT recommend this book. Possibly the worst werewolf book I’ve read in a long time! I’ve never given a book one star, but this book definitely comes close. Thankfully I got it used and didn’t pay much for it. My advice is if you see this, don’t get it. If you feel a burning desire to read it, borrow it from your local library.