Willa has quite a lot on her plate. As the next in life for Alpha of the Kasun pack, she is a bit of an outcast since she hadn't shifted yet. But she seems to have adapted and moved on with her life at Havenwood High. She and several other supernaturals that aren't quite fitting in form a close group of friends. One of these is an elf by the name of Tarron
Tarron encourages Willa to find her own path and make her life her own. But the pack isn't quite done with her yet, and she's about to find out a lot about her past. As Willa and Tarron's relationship morphs into more than just friends, they both take a look at their status quo and realize that life doesn't always have to be what was planned for you - unless you want it to be.
Both Tarron and Willa make some tough choices and learn to stand up for who they want to be and who they really are. I loved that our first look into Havenwood High wasn't all about the popular girl or guy finding true love. It was about the outcasts and how many times they are the most interesting people in the room.