Amber Treganis constantly reinvents herself. Brand new garments, new hairstyle, brand new car—anything she can do to exert a level of control over her life. Just what she can’t control is her shape-shifting other self: the WerCougar that sinks its claws into her mind during the three nights surrounding the total moon.
Though this woman is a natural-born shifter from a prominent WerCougar family, Amber was reluctant to improve into her pet form since an awful tragedy are priced at the woman the man she loved. And she's got small persistence with Wers of any types whom embrace their otherness a lot more than their humanity. She centers around the woman life as a defense attorney in Mt. Hood, and stays from Wer politics.
But after a blurry nights hunting, Amber starts to notice changes in her change. Whenever she hears rumors of research to see cure for shifting, she suspects she may have been unknowingly provided the experimental therapy.
With the aid of Adler, a WerEagle active in community politics, Amber attempts to hunt down the facts concerning this remedy, while staying off the radar associated with the FBI, which tracks and manages Wer communities in key.
But Amber doesn’t understand how much she will depend on the woman Wer feeling until, one by one, linked with emotions . fade. And Amber is left increasingly ill—and increasingly peoples. Can shifter who is losing the woman abilities survive for long in either human being or Wer culture?