I am so impressed with your writing. When you asked for feedback about your ending, I was glad to read a werewolf romance as that is like my guilty pleasure. Both of your books have been delightful, but this one I am most impressed. I have to admit that I appreciate your resolution more than the traditional happy ending. To your credit, their "natural resolution" rather than being forced into something not real for either of them, created a perfect ending to this story. (I don't want to give away the ending to the new readers).
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I suggest that you check out grammar/punctuation tools like Grammarly, which is compatible with Inkitt and can be used as you upload each chapter. I am fond of it because it will tell you the actual rule behind its edit, and when you learn to do something, then it will become second nature. Keener understanding of formatting multiple POV's. It is challenging to write from a male perspective and this is where its most important to have a guy beta reader and tell you if he would think that way. That was my biggest challenge writing a multiple first person for my first book, and I was thankful for my beta readers.. My favorite book for this was Characters and Viewpoint by Orson Scott Card. See if you can get a used copy somewhere. This is book you will want in your own library. Mine is well worn and marked up from years of use. Yes, there are newer books out there, but I will tell you this, I think Card's book is far superior. If you've never read his works, I suggest you do so. He's a brilliant writer. What's more the best advice I got as a teenager was this: The more you read, the better you write. The more you write, the better you read.
I feel that this novella could easily be expanded to a full length novel, and I believe would be a published novel. You have a real gift, Ashley. I'm serious. I wish I wrote half as well when I was 14! Please keep honing your craft and writing more delicious werewolf romances!