This quick, easy read has lots of spaces between the lines, so I breezed through it. Ariel is stuck with a wicked stepmother who pushes her away to a camp for bad kids over the summer. She's not a huge troublemaker, but her dad doesn't care too much and sends her away. Once at Camp Crescent in the Oregon woods, she befriends Austin Bridges, who quickly confides his werewolf secret to her. A little too quickly, I thought. Austin is the son of a rock star, and it seems to run in the family. The entire book is trying to prevent Austin from turning during the full moon when the camp counselor takes his "drugs" away.
I wasn't too thrilled with this book, but it read easily and smoothly at least.