Icy Gaze

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 184 pages
Eighteen-year-old Elaina lives her life in a wheelchair paralyzed from the waist down after a car accident when she was four. Her daily routine seems pretty typical of a teenager until she is bitten on the neck by her homecoming date sending her spiraling into darkness. As she slowly wakes up, Elaina finds herself surrounded by a pack of unruly and annoying werewolves, but she temporarily casts her fears aside when she makes an even more amazing discovery she has the ability to move her legs again! Unfortunately her joy is short-lived when she tells the werewolves she wants to go home to her family and realizes they will do anything to stop her. But when she meets Fury, a handsome rogue, he makes her consider how easy life could be if she just agrees to the pack laws and takes him as a partner. So begins Elaina's complicated journey to the truth. With the help of her friends and her new pack, she soon discovers that all choices are not easy and some are virtually deadly.

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About the author (2011)

Margaret Yoderattends West Virginia University with a double major in Chinese and International Studies and a double minor in Japanese and English. She has been writing since she was eleven, when she first published her poetry in a local newspaper. She currently resides in Morgantown, West Virginia.

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