Ashlee Morrison is a troubled young woman, haunted by bizarre thoughts and dreams. As a zoo volunteer, she becomes infatuated with a caged wolf. She begins to wonder if the voice in her head is the wolf communicating with her telepathically. But how? Is she truly crazy? Tristan Kane, a wolf-shifter of the Westervelt Pack, has been trapped in his wolf form by his evil father (the pack's former Alpha) for many months. While caged in the zoo, he comes to realize the confused, fragile red-haired woman is his mate. Foreseeing her wolf's death in a vision, Ashlee helps him escape the zoo. She soon learns that she is a half-shifter and agrees to go with Tristan to his pack's home on an island off the coast of Maine. Tristan's brothers are able to change him back to his human form with powerful pack magic.
Thirty years ago, Tristan's power-hungry father, Kendrick, cursed the island and its inhabitants with the help of a powerful witch. Ashlee and Tristan learn too late the curse still plagues the island. Ashlee must embrace the love of Tristan, the magic of her new pack and her strength as a shifter to fight the evil forces against them or risk losing something precious she has just found - her soul mate.
Her Wolf is a gripping tale of good versus evil and the strength of love. The plot was fast paced with a few scenes that had me on the edge of my seat. The author has created an intriguing world of hidden wolf-shifters on a remote island. I enjoyed the complex relationships between Tristan and his brother-wolves. My favorite character was Ashlee. I loved witnessing the transformation of Ashlee's character. In the beginning she is an insecure and confused young woman. As she discovers and accepts her true nature, Ashlee finds the confidence and strength to risk her own life for the pack and her mate. The ending allows for the story to continue in book two of The Westervelt Wolves series. Fans of shifter romances will not be disappointed!