After her parents' deaths and a sudden move to Alaska, Christine feels like nobody could possibly understand her. Then she meets Kavick, a strange boy who is also suffering from the loss of his family. Attractive and free-spirited, Kavick helps Christine during the most difficult time of her life and the two form an intense friendship, and possibly something more.
But Kavick has a secret: he can turn into a wolf.
Constantly watching his back for hunters in a small town where, "everyone knows everyone," Kavick is not even safe from the police, and fears that Christine could become a target.
Despite abductions and murders, Christine vows to stay by Kavick's side through it all, even though it may be the death of her.
The beginning lines of pain instantly tell you this is not a typical story of boy meets girl. Though the setting is fantasy, the emotions in this novel have an unmistakable realism that draws the reader into the universe of wolves and hunters, and the majestic, white wilderness of Alaska. Just as in real life, happiness is accompanied by sorrow, and Christine has experienced a lot of the latter. And, so has the strange boy she meets whom she immediately discovers is not totally human.
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