From Library Journal
Determined to confront her past and finally lay it to rest, Joelle Randall heads for the rugged Canadian Rockies to find the site of her parents' plane crash 12 years ago. What she finds, however, is a new aspect of herself and an unexpected and passionate love in the arms of the enigmatic loner Luke Gevaudan, one of the last of the legendary race of werewolves. In this debut Krinard has spun a dark, magical, and highly lyrical tale that provides a far more gentle and romantic interpretation of the werewolf mythologies than is the norm. Well written, nicely paced, and surprisingly believable, this novel may be of interest to fans of Cheri Scotch, Lori Herter, and Anne Stuart. [Krinard lives in Walnut Creek, California.]
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“Susan Krinard was born to write romance.”—Amanda Quick
“The best first novel of the decade.”—Affaire de Coeur