Vanda has a tiny anger problem. Nothing major. She has been known to destroy a room — or three — when something doesn't go her way, but who hasn't? That's no reason to force her into anger management! But that's just what the head vamps decide she needs. Once she gets there, things go from bad to worse. Because while Vanda lets the little things get her down, she has a very good reason not to trust her new sponsor, Phil…or anyone of his kind. Phil has made a place for himself with the vampires. They're the only ones who understand what it's like to be different and the fact that they would take in a werewolf like him means they have his loyalty forever. But even that loyalty can be tested, and Vanda is certainly the one to do it. Her seeming uncontainable rage at werewolves is unbearable — especially as Phil starts to realize that his feelings for her go far beyond friendship. But can he convince her to let go of the trauma of her past so she can learn to love him for who he is?