This book begins right when the previous book, Feral Curse, ended, with Kayla spread across the media and what seems to be an impending war between werepeople and humans. The team (Clyde, Yoshi, Aimee, Kayla, and new ally Jess) flee from Kayla's hometown to be helped by old allies in their quest to do all they can to stop the impending war. Their situation is not helped when they discover that the governor of Texas was captured and taken away by a supernatural creature claiming to be representing all werepeople in his actions. This story includes a conclusion to the 'Feral' trilogy, and includes several more important character revelations and action.
A lot of this book hinges on things being accepted as soon as they are stated, as in many things are suddenly introduced and then suddenly removed from the story. It gets hard to keep track of who everyone is and where everyone is throughout the action, or even when things are calmer. This book has about an equal amount of romance as the previous books in the series; not much to say about that. While I did find this book mildly entertaining, I don't think it's anything I'd pick up to read for a second time. If you don't like elements that were in the previous books, then this book will probably do nothing to redeem the series in your eyes, so I'd only recommend this to people who like teen romance and supernatural creatures.