A sequel, Wolf in Geek’s Clothing, already exists in rough draft form.
Sixteen-year-old Lillian figures her family’s vacation to Amsterdam is the perfect opportunity to get away from her weird-ass home life. She’s the sole regular human in a family of shapeshifters, warlocks and telepaths: talk about getting a complex. But just when she’s rocking the whole normal-life thing — no bragging intended — her dad ends up comatose from a car crash, and a couple of tricky fae come a-knockin’ right after.
As it turns out, her dad signed a contract with them a full decade ago — years of servitude in return for Lillian’s life after a hellhound attack she still carries the burn scars from. Now that her dad is in a coma, it’s kinda hard for him to live up to his end of that deal. The fae have already claimed the family’s San Francisco house as compensatory damage. Her dad’s soul is next in line.
All of Lillian and her mother’s rescue attempts just get them into deeper trouble. Within days, Lillian is on her own in a foreign country, stuck with the task of rescuing both her parents with nothing in her arsenal but a clunky protective bracelet and some mad improvisation skills. Her one chance lies in uncovering the fae’s real plans, which are much more ambitious than simply dealing in human souls — but the fae are eager to keep their secrets from leaking out. Soon, rogue fae try to kill her, monstrous spriggans chase her through the Amsterdam streets, and to top it all off, a couple of mentally unstable Germanic gods join the fray.
Maybe ‘normal’ was too much to ask for, anyway.