When Finn Ryan's family moves from Austin, Texas, to quiet Woodland Park, Colorado, the summer before his senior year, Finn struggles to adjust. Even the altitude is hard to get used to. But when he meets Ivan Dubovasky at a farmers' market, all that changes. Finn begins volunteering at Ivan's family business, High Mountain Wolf and Wild Dog Center, where he forms a bond with both Ivan and the wolves they protect.
Soon Ivan's best friend, Adrian, who's asexual, joins their small pack, and the three of them become inseparable, even after Ivan and Finn begin dating--until a bully's torment of Adrian goes too far. When Adrian disappears, Ivan and Finn will do anything they can to rescue their boyfriend, including relying on a special wolf to bring Adrian home.
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Caitlin Ricci was fortunate growing up to be surrounded by family and teachers who encouraged her love of reading. She has always been a voracious reader and that love of the written word easily morphed into a passion for writing. If she isn't writing, she can usually be found studying as she works toward her counseling degree. She comes from a military family, and the men and women of the armed forces are close to her heart. She also enjoys gardening, hiking, and horseback riding in the Colorado Rockies she calls home with her wonderful fiancé and their two dogs. Her belief that there is no one true path to happily ever after runs deeply through all of her stories.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a really sweet book about three teenage boys having a best friend and romance relationship. There are bullies and other teen problems, but mostly everything is fluffy and ideal. I like how the authors worked polyamorous, bisexual and asexual characters into the story. I think it's a good read for teens.