Beth has a gift of healing—which is why she wants to become a vet and help her family run their fifth-generation cattle ranch. Her father’s dream of helping men in trouble and giving them a second chance is her dream too. But it only takes one foolish decision for Beth to destroy it all.
Beth scrambles to redeem her mistake, pleading with God for help, even as a mystery complicates her life. The repercussions grow more unbearable—a lawsuit, a death, a divided family, and the looming loss of everything she cares about. Beth’s only hope is to find the grandfather she never knew and beg for his help. Confused, grieving, and determined to make amends, she embarks on a horseback journey across the mountains, guided by a wild, unpredictable wolf who may or may not be real.
I don't know that this was really my kind of book. I didn't even finish it. A girl who gets a healing power from a grey wolf that attacked and then run off? Stealing a saddle with no consequence of the action? In a Christian novel? Really? I guess it's for some, but not me. I found itto be too mythical and that's not my style.
I recieved this book from booksneeze in exchange for an honest review