Loss. Murder. Terror. And one Jewish girl's battle to gain retribution and win the battle within herself.
World War Two is in its final stages, while the persecution of many deemed ‘imperfect’ reaches a fatal climax. In the forest of Frankfurt, Germany, the struggling Elianna who has escaped from a Nazi-plagued extermination camp lives with other members of the Nazi-Resistance, also known as the Wolves, which she has created from her own blood. She shortly finds how impossible it is to survive with the past weighing on her shoulders after Nazi Major, Kaiser Baron, killed her family, destroyed her life, and broke her.
A couple of the resistance members, Hugo Conrad and Erik Covington, are secretly fighting their hearts that ache for Elianna in the same way their hearts ache to end the Nazis' spread of terror. Other members are working to keep the Jews safe. Aside from the dangers of the outside world, Elianna finds a traitor in the Wolves that is transferring information to the SS during the point in time that she saves Jewish refugees, including a blond-haired boy named Jonah. Jonah sparks a fury of emotions and memories, sending Elianna to take a trip to Berlin in an attempt to kill Kaiser—whose loyalties are being questioned—which could ultimately end her own life.