When Sherry heads out of town to forget a cheating ex, she finds herself heading to Havenwood Falls. This was a little odd, because she isn't a paranormal creature, but it seems like the town and its guardians know more than I do.
When she's rescued from an accident by Rusty - a lone wolf in every sense of the word - and stranded in his cabin to wait out the story, they are somewhat forced to get to know each other better. Here is where I wanted a lot more than what I got. I know the mating urge for a werewolf comes out of nowhere according to most lore, but I thought there wasn't enough resistance from him as a lone wolf, and there wasn't enough confusion, moving to acceptance, and finally moving to love from her.
You get plenty of conflict between Sherry and her ex though when he shows up looking for her. I really enjoyed watching a strong woman that refused to let anyone take advantage of her, and do it without turning into a hard and jaded person.
Old Wounds had so many good elements that were just cut a little short. I feel like the story just didn't have enough time to fully develop the characters and the plot.