Once Madeline is alone in the cabin, she relies on the neighbor Renard, a conservation officer, to help keep her safe. She quickly finds herself drawn to him and doesn’t know why because he isn’t your typical good looking guy. However, Madeline sees something in him far deeper than his skin’s surface. Renard isn’t used to someone caring for him the way that Madeline seems to care for him; in fact, it has been several years since Renard has been involved in a relationship. The more time she spends with him, the more she finds herself falling for him. Their relationship seems to be going in the right direction until Renard’s birth mother tries to get between their relationship. His mother tells Renard that she is just a white girl and that he should find an Indian. He doesn’t like what his mother is telling, after all, she gave him up shortly after he was born.
I don’t want to spoil the entire story and give you too many details about this book. I found myself not wanting to put this book down because the author did a great job at keeping the entire book interesting from cover to cover. I only touched on the main characters in this book to try and draw you in to find out more about their relationship. This book does contain adult content and topics that are for a mature audience only.
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