Megan Blake is pulled into a dark, supernatural world within Westerly village, and has to choose between staying human, or becoming something far more deadly.
It's not easy for Meg growing up in The Haven.
To start, she's trapped in the dull, sleepy village of Westerly. Then there's her violent, alcoholic mother Jane, who only cares about getting drunk. And finally there's Gareth - her best friend, the only person who truly understands her and the guy she's head over heels in love with. If only she could tell him how she feels.
Suddenly though, Gareth is gone - brutally, inexplicably murdered - leaving Meg devastated. And no matter what she does, memories of that night and his haunting last words - that he died trying to protect her - can't be shaken. At breaking point, and with the case stamped unsolved, Meg finally decides to find out what happened, and who killed her best friend.
Enter Adam Craven. Beautiful, arrogant and impossibly captivating, Meg grows closer to him and inevitably the dark secrets both he and Westerly hide. Yet as she starts seeing Gareth around Westerly, doubting not only her sanity but if he died that night after all, she becomes the focus of a battle for not only her heart, but her humanity.
Should she choose to stay human, or become something more?