The word “rogue” is generally used to describe wolves that either broke away from their pack or were kicked out, and are now roaming around causing trouble. They are considered pests and, at times, extremely dangerous. Rogues usually are loners, occasionally grouping with other rogues in order to cause even more mayhem.
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However, Sally’s family is forced into becoming rogues. After being kicked out of pack after pack for having a daughter born human, Sally’s sister Peyton, the Phillips family accepts their status as rogues and tries to live as peacefully as possible, as far away from other werewolves as possible.
When their car breaks down within a werewolf territory, all that flies out the window.
Kaegan, the Alpha claims Sally as his mate, shocking Sally and her entire family. After having so many bad experiences with Alphas, Sally is fearful of Kaegan. She’s not the only one with reservations, though. Her father is not happy about this development and is suspicious of Kaegan.
Will Sally and her family be able to accept Kaegan’s help when a new pack threatens their safety?
“Rogues” is a novella (43,000 words). It is part of a series, but no other books need to be read in order to understand the events in “Rogues.” Other books in the “Wolves Among Us” series include “Broken,” a novelette, “The Chase,” a short story, and more are coming soon. At this time, the “Wolves Among Us” books can be read in any order. New books, continuing the stories in "The Chase," "Broken," and "Rogues" are coming soon!