Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Private Investigator Frank Soems is called to investigate when his twin godsons are kidnapped from the home of their adoptive parents. As Frank follows the twisty trail, his investigation will uncover the boys' hidden past and lead to a shocking discovery. More
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About R. Huffman

R. Huffman spent her formative years in Santa Ynez, a small valley north of Santa Barbara, California. She majored in History at a small Christian college and put her degree to minimal use in her following six years as a secretary in the Federal Government. Now living in Washington State with an elderly poodle and a remarkably furry cat, she has returned to her first true love: writing fantasy.
Ms. Huffman first discovered her gift for wordsmithing at a Fakespeare competition at her local library. Creating lines a blind panel found indistinguishable from Shakespeare gave her her first taste of authorial triumph--and she has never recovered.

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Bege reviewed on May 2, 2015

The cover hints at the darker tale inside. Young boy. Fence. Wolf. It is obviously the start of a series, and this book sets the scene. Genetic experimentation has now succeeded in creating shifters, who are being brought up in harsh isolation. The twins were released for adoption by mistake, and therefore get kidnapped and taken to a compound for final experiments to make them shift for the first time. The twins and institutionalized wolf shifters manage to escape . The story ends with the awareness that there are more youngsters in similar straits elsewhere, all needing rescue and (re)habilitation.
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Little Vamp Press reviewed on May 31, 2014

Average across all scores (full review at is 3 stars.
Nice and easy.
I’ve not read very many werewolf books (not as many as I have vampire ones, anyway) but this one is certainly worth returning to. Yes, there were some things I might have changed or fiddled, but isn’t that always the way?
I’m going to wait until I have a chance to read the next one before I decide exactly how I feel.
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