A few months ago—thanks to a message the author posted on Tsū—I saw this novella was free and I grabbed it right away because I thought it was a good opportunity to try her work. Then things got in the way and I left it hanging on my Kindle, but I'm glad I finally gave it a go this past weekend.
Although I think it needed more world building, the story still grabbed my attention and I found the writing very poetic and quite pleasurable. The read is fast but keeps you wonder and makes you want to find out more about the pack and also Jem's family. There are a few characters who appear in the book and I think one of them was particularly intriguing, especially since he seemed to have something in common with Sean... Indeed, my curiosity has been piqued and I wouldn't mind reading more, and if you haven't tried J.A. Belfield's titles yet, you could start from this novella as well.