Objectively, it's safe to say that this so needs an editor, for copy & content, but I DON'T CARE. The world building is sparse, but operating under the "if you've read one werewolf book, you've read 'em all" premise, I guess it's okay. The characters could've used a bit more fleshing out. There are bits that had me scratching my head, terrible dialogue tags, accents come and go and even invade the narrative, questionable character actions (would they be less questionable if we knew the H/h better? Maybe.), offensive character actions... there's a lot here to NOT like. For all that, this one hit my crack spot, and when a book does that, I'm able to overlook things that would normally send me screaming the other direction. I thoroughly enjoyed every ridiculous word, but can't in good conscience recommend this as an objectively good piece.