This is book Three in the Faythe Sanders, Werecat series. This book follows on shortly after the events of Rogue and focuses on Faythe’s trial and the events surrounding it. Faythe stands accused of infecting her ex-boyfriend from college and then killing him to cover it up. If found guilty of these crimes she could face the death penalty. The trial takes an unexpected turn of events when it becomes clear that there are some unruly strays in the surrounding forest along with some missing humans. Faythe must help get to the bottom of the mystery and prove her worth.
This book is my favourite so far in the series. I really enjoyed it and read it really quickly. It has the typical fast pace that I have come to expect from the books. Again this book builds to a final climax although this time it didn’t feel like the ending was rushed. Its fairly obvious that Faythe is not going to be executed seeing as there are three (one not yet released) more books about her to follow but that doesn’t detract from the story at all and indeed the outcome is bittersweet.
I’m very much looking forward to the next instalment.