Faythe has had enough of being protected. She finally - finally - managed to escape her overbearing werecat family to attend grad school. And now she's been called back to the family ranch, because she is in 'danger.' Yeah, right; she can handle herself. But the Pride is as determined to protect Faythe as Faythe is determined to escape them...
Faythe was pretty awesome. Although the story was pretty action-packed, I'd describe Stray as really more of a character-driven story, since Faythe was the best part of the book. Anyways, it was exciting, unique, and just plain fun.
I gave it three stars because I felt like it disappeared, at times - put aside in favor of Faythe's relationships and things like that. But when it did surface, it was excellent.
Faythe is in a category of her own... a character I can only describe as princess-badass. If I could give out ten stars, she would get every one of them. She was awesome. She was petty, bitchy, kind, tough, and basically amazing. The villain(s) were seriously creepy - downright scary at times. Vincent had some pretty cool characters.
Overall, I liked Vincent's style, but some scenes just didn't flow well for me. I can't really put it into words but every now and then the writing seemed to sort of stall out. But overall, it was pretty good.
End Result: four stars. A good book, definitely worth your time.