According to legend, many centuries ago a wolf was left in a pit deep beneath London. He was put there to guard the abandoned throne of the werewolves. But now it turns out that the legend was real, and the wolf in the pit has escaped.
Having already encountered werewolves in London once, Jess finds herself drawn back into their world as a shadowy government organisation sets out to recapture that escaped wolf and return him to the pit.
This is the second book in the Lupine Howl series, and it introduces the mysterious Greystone organisation. For centuries, Greystone has been in charge of making sure that England’s werewolves don’t get out of control. But as Greystone operative Matt DiMera and Olivia Thatcher try to track down a werewolf that is loose in London, they discover that there might be a traitor within their organisation.
Meanwhile, Jess is getting to know Duncan and is starting to learn more about werewolves. But everything changes when Matt DiMera enters her life and she learns about the legend of the ‘wolf in the pit’. Far beneath London, there is said to be a pit guarded by a werewolf. It’s said that if that wolf ever leaves the pit, disaster will strike. And according to the latest reports, the wolf has indeed got loose.