Bridin wakes up and is immediately aware that she's been out of her cage—she can smell her own blood on herself. Whoa.
She makes an unsuccessful attempt at meditation that stops when she overhears Douglas talking to a mystery man named James in the next room. James tells Douglas that he staged things so it looks like Bridin "went away."
This means that her family likely won't be concerned about where she is, at least not for a while. Douglas is obviously biding his time to finish whatever task is at hand.
That task, apparently, is using Bridin as a test subject for Douglas's experiments on hybrid werewolves, like Bridin's family. His original plan was for Michael to kidnap one of the brothers, but he took Bridin instead.
With the second-most powerful were-hound in his grasp, Douglas must now try to gain decent research from Michael's mistake.
Bridin decides to be patient. Sooner or later, she'll find a way out.