Griffith is the son of the alpha of the last known wulver pack. He’s at that age where he wants to be in charge of his pack, but youth and ego have him not quite ready for it. When he overhears the elder women talking about the red wulver prophecy and having heard previous hints about it possibly being him, he decides to take destiny in his own hands and find the lost packs even if he doesn’t really believe in magic and destiny. Bridget is a human being raised by two wulvers in a sacred temple in a faraway island. When Griffith approaches the temple and bests her, she’s forced to allow him access. His disbelief in magic infuriates her even more. Unfortunately, she can’t help but be drawn to him.
This book is the third in the Highland Wolf Pack. It takes places years after the first two. Griffith is the son of Raife and Sybil (the hero and heroine from the first book). In the other two books, there was a prophecy about the Red Wulver, a prince among the wulvers who would find the lost packs and join them. Griffith, in youthful ignorance, has decided that it must be him and starts his journey.
There not too many books where you get to see one of the main characters do so much growth in one book, but the author has successfully done that with Griffith. Bridget had her own life-changing experiences too within the book, but hers was different. I really liked the connection to the other books and the way the continual storyline within the trilogy was concluded. Once I started reading the book, it was hard to put down until I was done. I highly recommend to anyone that likes this genre.