by Penelope Fletcher
Publisher: BookRix 2011
Number of pages: 106
Monsters should not walk the daylight, they should cower in the dark.... When the full moon haunts the sky, Evangeline prowls the dark as a Wendigo; a fearsome mix of human and beast. The night an injured outcast falls into her claws she must defy her keeper, the laws of nature and her own morality to protect him from the hunter who wants his head as a trophy.
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