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Feral Hearts

Regina Griffiths

Publisher: RoseLark Publishing

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Summary

Can a feral cat help a formerly wild woman find herself? 
 
Candice hopes that her childhood home will offer her a safe place to weather the storm of life. A place to hide from her demons and her memories. A place that's safe when everywhere else is fraught with emotional pitfalls and dangers. 
 
Except, it isn't. 
 
Home has its own complications. Its own drama. Drama in the form of an old friend/old flame. Drama in the form of her family. Drama in the form of a feral cat who's just as wild and untamed as Candice. 
 
Will Candice be able to find her equilibrium and her place in this rustic and rural town? Or will her feral heart lead her into disaster? 
 
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This is a novelette about coming home again written in lyrical and evocative language. It's a story for former wildchilds and cat lovers and anyone looking for an avenue of hope after an acre of despair.

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