Things get more serious for Lucy and the pack in these three books, as they have to cope with dangers both new and old!
The Soul Bond
Sophomore year isn't shaping up to be the cake walk that Lucy had hoped. Everyone still hates her. She can't forgive Sam for his secrets. Her father is back and she can't forgive him either. There's been no sign of Hannah, and Lucy can't help but resent her new roommate because of it.
And Tennyson Wilde is everywhere. In the dining room. In her dorm. In class. Even inside her head. She thinks it's just a residual effect of being in his body, the fact that she can hear his thoughts, feel his feelings. But the more it happens, the worse it becomes and it seems to be awakening something inside her.
Lucy never wanted powers. She never wanted to be anything but a normal girl, but the longer she stays at Amaris, the more impossible that seems.
The Love Potion
Being a werewolf is hard work. Lucy just wants to frolic in the forest chasing butterflies, but real life won't give her a break. Classes are a drag, classmates even worse. Her dad is trying to kill Tennyson again and being part of a pack has its own problems.
Sam is complicated, Tennyson is a jerk, and her new alpha has no time for her. When a threat on Tennyson's life goes wildly wrong, Lucy ends up the victim of a love potion, and that's when things get really messy.
The Time Loop
Lucy is having a bad day. Things are awkward with Sam. She's failing history. One of her roommates is missing and the other is crazy. Her evil dad is at it again, and this time, he's not playing around.
Lucy has a choice: leave the pack or stay trapped in this day forever. What do you do when the only way to save the people you love is to abandon them? Will Lucy fight to stay in the pack or fight to save them?
Things change for ever for Lucy and the pack in their third year of high school!
warning: this description contains spoilers for later books
The Fake Boyfriend
Lucy's junior year starts off on totally the wrong foot when Tennyson's cousin Henry arrives at school to spy on them. Lucy and Sam thought it would be easy to fake being a couple, but Lucy's feelings for Tennyson aren't so easy to ignore, and Sam is acting weird. They need to be convincing or she's out of the pack but Lucy isn't sure of anything anymore.
To top it all off, her dad has escaped police custody, Hannah is back, and Lucy has a bunch of new powers to deal with.
The Rival Pack
It’s not easy being the newest wolf in the pack. Lucy’s just no good with pack hierarchy and werewolf politics. The alpha hates her, Tennyson’s giving her the cold shoulder and she still hasn’t mastered her powers.
Things get even worse when evil Cousin Henry allies with another pack and two of their members show up at school. Lucy’s sure they’re up to no good, especially when one catches Tennyson’s attention. Harper York is funny, beautiful, stylish and 100% werewolf… all the things that Lucy isn’t.
Even though she’s officially joined the pack, Lucy feels more like an outsider than ever. The rival pack has to go, but the threat might be bigger than even Lucy suspects.
The Alpha Wolf
Lucy’s world is thrown into chaos now that all the packs have merged under one Supreme Alpha. The alpha is annoying, but he’s just a puppet. Lucy knows the real problem is her father. He wants to take over the world, and so far he’s doing a pretty good job of it.
And that’s not her only problem. Everyone’s fighting. Sam’s in a coma. Harper York is kidnapped, and finals are just around the corner. The only thing that’s going well is her relationship with Tennyson, but they can’t be together until the alpha is gone.
Lucy has the power to defeat the alpha, but to use it, she might have to become the thing she fears the most.
This history has been ingrained in seventeen-year-old Dara Morrow since her first day of Creator-sponsored school. Grateful for the life-giving necessities her Creator provides, Dara is thrilled to be one of three students chosen for an elite, year-long apprenticeship program. Now is her chance to prove herself a devoted Contributor.
But Dara’s competition is ruthless and will stop at nothing to win the competition. Worse yet, her exacting master has little patience for her.
Then Dara’s mother is seriously injured, and Dara realizes the price of being a Contributor: once you’ve outlived your usefulness, you’re discarded. Can Dara learn to manipulate the system to save not only herself, but everyone she loves?
Contributor is the first book in the YA dystopian Contributor trilogy.