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Regretting her decision to ask for help, she touched the back of the jeep.

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Casually putting a hand behind her, she groped inside for something heavy in case they attacked her. The shorter of the men leaned toward the other and whispered. The tall one glanced down at her, and he took a couple of backward steps.

A Wolf's Tale

Fifty-five year old Emily finds a wolf on the side of the road and it leads to an unexpected twist in her life. The suddenly knowledge that shifters exist and that the man she current finds irresistible happens to be her mate.

Just another shifter tale. I thought that is such a nice change of pace from the usual shifter story. Tate has finally found his soul mate in Emily but now he has to tell her his big secret. Not only are shifters real but he is one.

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I really enjoyed this story! What rubbed me wrong was Emily taking an injured freaking wolf in the back of her car. Call the authorities. Call animal control. Call a rescue.

Anyway, that said, this is a great romance too. Comments are closed. This was great. First time I've read this author but will now go back and read her other books. I love the fact they were older, made it more real.


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  5. Be sure to tell the author who you are, what organization you are with, how many books you need, how they will be used, and the number of reviews, if any, you would be able to provide. A Wolf's Tale by Wayne Costigan tells the story of Wolfie and Wolfina and their pack as they try to survive in the wild during a harsh winter. Wolfina gives birth to three pups and Wolfie must do all he can to take care of them. The pack takes down a stag and Wolfie is injured.

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    He sees a strange sight of the stag's spirit which changes his outlook. He takes risks to ensure that his mate and pups are safe. Nearby, a Native American clan live off the land and are also trying to keep their families alive. There are some very strong themes in this book and this way of life is in the past when humans and animals coexisted. Nowadays, animals are not treated with the respect they deserve and are hunted for the wrong reasons. I think kids could learn from this so they have more respect for animals as they grow up.