Not overly memorable in terms of plot--I was half way through before I was definitely sure I hadn't read this one before--but still pretty interesting. Basically, it was a good book while I was reading it, but now it's finished I'm not sure I could tell you with any degree of certainty what went on in that one as opposed to in the other Changeling books.
Basically a teenage werewolf/vampire/sorcerer story. Not a romance, although there's a half hearted romance plot (half hearted in that it's got the potential to turn up but neither character is pushing it at the moment, not in that it's no good). An interesting bit of action, some teenagey angsty issues (is that the right way of putting it?). I mean, being a teenager isn't all that easy, but being a teenager who could potentially turn into a humongous werewolf that everyone's terrified of when you get a bit mad or on the night of the full moon has gotta make things more difficult.
Well, it was enjoyable enough to read. Not the best thing ever, and I actually think the first one in the series has a bit more of an interesting plot, but it's not bad. I've read worse.