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Within moments of her arrival, she finds out what she's up against: a small town with a long history of wolf fear and loathing, no resources (big surprise), and a powerful rancher who will do whatever it takes to eliminate the wolves. The rancher, testosterone-saturated Buck Calder, has got the community riled up after a wolf stalked his daughter's home and killed the family dog. He won't stop until every last endangered wolf is dead, which proves problematic for Ross when she decides to romance his 18-year-old son, Luke. Cynics be warned: their love affair spawns a trove of gooey pillow talk and syrupy prose. Even so, Evans has made impressive strides as a writer since his debut novel, The Horse Whisperer, and his storytelling has reached a noticeably new level of sophistication: the plot is tight, the characterization is realistic, and the dialogue is crisp. --Rebekah Warren
Evans has the knack for telling stories that wrench the reader and makes him care about the characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lucille Bellucci
Excellent but gritty story of balancing living together. Man and animal. Also,the power of mob mentality and the senseless violence,that goes with it.Published 1 month ago by Linda Funkhouser
I don't like animal cruelty, but the way the book was written, I could see both views.Published 4 months ago by ConCon
I'm loving this book! I'm not done yet but I really am liking it so far and I really liked The horse whisperer which he also wrote. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jen Jen
Stories about wolves, like the tales of centuries past, have suffered the animal to a yoke of unforgiving malevolence into a shroud of deepening despise. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Russell M. Cera