Silver, by Rhiannon Held, is one of the best werewolf stories I’ve ever read. I found it a completely new, and compelling, take on the trope, in part because her werewolves are all born that way, not changed over from normal humans via violence. Instead, the werewolves have their own mythology and culture, within the larger scope of living as a secret ethnicity within the human population.
You can read more about the ideas and worldbuilding and genesis of the story in John Scalzi’s “Big Idea” feature, which is where I first heard of it, and got hooked on the ideas behind it.
If you enjoy well-written, character-driven fantasy, you’ll likely enjoy this whether or not you’re generally into werewolf stories. It’s that good! (and I just finished my second read-through)