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"Looking for justice for a friend, Madison finds love as well as danger"

Madison Montgomery was just an ordinary Biology teacher. When her best friend commits suicide after being raped, Madison was determined to do whatever it takes to find and bring the man to justice. She had only 2 clues: he had a tattoo and he dropped a notebook. So, with some effort she found herself hired as the cook/housekeeper for a Michigan's Upper Peninsula {UP} wolf search group where every member but one was suspect.

Walker Armstrong was the strong, silent type and definitely not a suspect. Unfortunately for Madison, he was also hostile toward Madison from the time they met. As the base for the group was at his home, he was unavoidable... and unforgettable. Madison was not interested in being his summer fling, but neither was she able to resist this wounded warrior. As Madison searches for justice to put her friend's memories in peace; she also challenges Walker to find peace with his past. Even while recognizing it is a bit foolhardy, Madison's feelings and actions are compellingly human. Her secret quest puts her in jeopardy... she realizes too late that she is in more danger than she can handle.

This contemporary drama has a romantic conflict that you can appreciate. The background of the story -- the wolf search and look at nature in the Michigan UP -- is well written and realistic. Ms. Raffin tells a story of an ordinary woman who, while doing an ordinary job as housekeeper, also does something extraordinary. Looking for justice, she unexpectedly finds love.

Cy Korte Copyright October, 2001
for eBOOKISLE.com & ParaNormal Romance Reviews

Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 12, 2001

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Wolfsong
by Barbara Raffin

Awe-struck
November 1, 2001
ISBN #1587490528
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