I read Darkness and Light, the first novel in the Holloway Pack series, so I was really interested to see what this prequel novella had in store for me. I was not the least bit disappointed.In this short, we meet the original Sean and Jem (circa 1800's). If you read Darkness and Light, you understand what that means. I really enjoyed getting a look at the beginning of the Sean/Jem saga, and seeing how that first pair managed to "make it".I love the Sean in this one and how adorably gruff he is. I particularly liked the way he was so afraid of Jem's mom when he was trying to muster the courage to ask for her hand in marriage. Ms. Belfield did a great job sinking the reader into the historical 1800s setting and dealt with the moral codes (they are together and not married in the 1800's -- oh the scandal!!)and attitudes in the time period with an accuracy that rang true to me. the author in throws in a stranger interested in the unique Jem (female werewolves are rare and coveted)to keep up wondering how it will all come out in the end. The suitor tries being nice and seducing Jem away from Sean, and when that doesn't work... well that's when things get complicated.I'm not one to post spoilers in my reviews, so I will leave it at that. If you want to know more, pick up the novella and give it a read.I was able to devour this is a few short sittings, which is perfect for my hectic schedule. I thoroughly enjoyed this love story and would recommend this novella to anyone who enjoys historical romance or anyone who has read any of the other books in the Holloway Pack series by J.A. Belfield.