I thought this book was quite short, quick read. but very different, n intersting.
Great Johnston story. She's a good writer.
LUKE GRANGER WAS FUMING! A RENEGADE WOLF WAS ROAMING HIS LAND, THREATENING HIS SHEEP, AND HE PLANNED TO PUT AN END TO IT--UNTIL A HOTHEADED ENVIRONMENTALIST SHOWED UP TALKING ABOUT SOME CRAZY SCHEME TO SAVE THE SHARP-TOOTHED PEST! YESSIR, MISS ABIGAIL DAYTON HAD A WAY ABOUT HER--AND SHE WAS INSPIRING HIS OWN PREDATORY INSTINCTS...
ABIGAIL REFUSED TO BACK DOWN FROM THE LIKES OF LUKE GRANGER. SO WHAT IF THE IRASCIBLE RANCHER WAS ALSO RUGGED AND HANDSOME? SHE WASN'T ABOUT TO FALL PREY TO HIS DESIRES. SHE HAD AN ENDANGERED SPECIES TO PROTECT, AND SHE WAS DETERMINED TO GET THE JOB DONE. BUT WHO WOULD PROTECT HER FROM THE BIG BAD WOLF WITH THE SAUCY GRIN AND BEDROOM EYES?
Didn't finish. Not my thing.
Abigail has a job to do. As a Montana fish and Wildlife agent,she must trap and relocate a a wolf that is threatening local ranches, in an effort to save the species from extinction. Abby knowsthe breed well: powerful strong and lean. As rare as it is beautiful. Aggresive when challenged. A predator.
Ironically, the description fits the endangered species she's sworn to protect... and a different kind of animal, a lone wolflike Rancher Luke granger. She's trying to keep one from being hunted down-and stay clear of the other, who's doing his best to unleash her animal instincts.
But Abby refuses tolet that happen. She knowsLuke Granger's type: a man who's lived a hard,solitary life working the land. The kind of man who doesn't tame or trust easily. The kind of man who tempts a woman to risk everything...
As a wildlife agent, Abby cannot stand by an watch the rancher go after an endangered species. The rancher agrees to help her capture the wolf. Funny how the description of the endangered species fits both man and beast.