The Ironborn Claim
Ironborn wolves have been disenfranchised for centuries. They live their lives as servants, outcasts of the other packs of Europe, disregarded as impure mutts. For the first time in a thousand years, they have the chance to change that. Aura and Nick, pureblooded Ironborn, take a gamble and present their claim in front of the Council in Geneva, while Aura struggles to know where her heart belongs. More
The pack had Aura's life planned out even before she opened her Ironborn hazel eyes as a puppy. She was to grow up in their exclusively werewolf society, learn the ways of her people, with their ability to shape and bend metals to their will. Later, when she was old enough, she would be mated to Nick, the Alpha's son, and go to Geneva, to confront the ruling Council of wolves, and demand a seat to represent the Ironborn alongside the other six most common elements. Aura and Nick are, as far as anyone knows, the first seventh-generation Ironborn ever to exist, making them the only wolves of their kind who can stand up and claim legitimacy for their people.
But when the plans of her pack close in around her, Aura has to make a choice, not only between her life of freedom and her duty to her people, but between the honorable man she knows her heart should belong to and the deadly and powerful wolf who has begun to steal it for his own.