This was a good read -- I enjoyed how Micah courted Liv and showed her how to be a wolf, and those sections where he was introducing her to werewolf society and rules were some of the best parts of the story. Mostly because it was very realistically rendered, both with regards to seeing werewolf society from the eyes of someone who didn't grow up with it and Liv's reaction to being told she is a shifter.
I thought that more plot could have been devoted to explaining why Micah was so against being Alpha. Micah did give a lot of reasons, but none of them ever quite rang true and I'm not sure that it was ever really discussed as to why he had such a problem with the idea of being alpha. Olivia's black-outs could also have been discussed in more detail, just to wrap up some threads that weren't really fully clear.
To a certain extent, the plot dragged at times and shone in others. Odd to say when I usually love the sex scenes, but with this story I was flipping past the sex wanting more story, more plot, more depth to the characters.