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Hawk and Wolf - Children of the Wild #4 - cover

Hawk and Wolf - Children of the Wild #4

Prudence Macleod

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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Summary

He a young man coming into his own.  He's also a werewolf whose alpha nature is rising.  She an older woman coming to terms with a major life change.  She knows she has to deal with him, and she knows she shouldn't, but she finds herself falling for the guy.  It's never easy.

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