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Publisher's Summary

Having to share your soul with a wolf isn't easy, but that is what Brian Shaw is learning to do. Amidst learning about Indian legends and folklore, he's also finding out what becoming a Keeper truly is.

And that's just the easy part.

An old evil is stalking the forest and it is up to the Keepers to discover her secrets before she destroys all they hold dear. As legend, ghosts, and the past link to the present, will Brian and the Keepers be strong enough to defeat her? Or will history repeat itself once again?

Β©2017 K.R. Thompson (P)2017 K.R. Thompson

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I really enjoyed this book. It picked up where the first book left off and shared view points of other characters. I love the Native American influence and different spin the author included in this saga.
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The author lost some of my interest from the first book by changing the point of view if Nikki would have been the main character in both books or if her friend would have my interest would have been held better also at the end of the last book Nikki shifted into the White Wolf yet in this book she never shifted until the end of this book when she touches the stone the author can't seam to remember her own story from the end of one book to the beginning of the next.

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