The book jumps straight in at the deep end. With Sapphire turning 18 and getting kicked out of her foster parents house (probably not the best way to start your 18th birthday) She leaves with a bag full of random clothes the clothes on her back and a bracelet which used to belong to her mother.
Sapphire runs off to the woods where she has been many times to her usual hideout spot where she can keep dry and relatively warm. Sapphire begins to notice strange things happening in the shadows. A fox appears from the shadows and just looks at Sapphire barking. Then disappears. Sapphire leaves to go and look for the fox. Then gets attacked by something from the shadows? The shadows around her respond to this and help Sapphire get away from her assailant. She notices her mothers bracelet is glowing. Does this have something to do with the shadows and how they helped in her time of need?
Sapphire needs to find out what is happening and why. Will she find out the truth and discover what else this bracelet can do and why her mother had it.
The book is only about 100 pages long. It may seem short but packs quite a lot in such a short time. By the end the book will have you wanting more. I literally can’t wait to read the other books in the series to see what will happen next.