Wild and Free by Vella Munn

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In the face of love, some hearts retreat. Others stand their ground—and fight.

After a difficult year licking her emotional wounds at the family ranch, Calley Stewart jumps at the chance to return to her beloved Montana wilderness to continue her work with the Border Grizzly Project. Determined to never again repeat the mistakes that drove her away.

When she meets the project’s new director, though, there’s no ignoring the magnetic pull between them. Dean Ramsey is a man so in tune with his surroundings, he moves in on the closely guarded territory around her heart before she has the chance to shore up her defenses.

Tracking grizzly bears is dangerous business, and the last thing Dean needs is a team member who isn’t wholly focused on the project’s critical research. Except before he’s even laid eyes on Calley, the sexy sound of her voice through the trees sends a jolt of electricity up his spine.

Their work carries them to the wilds of Alaska, but the shadows of their pasts follow. And when they face the ultimate test of courage, those shadows threaten to cloud the path to safety, to their future…even their very survival.

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Warning: Contains a sexy hero with the heart of a bear, and a heroine with an independent streak to match. May induce an urge to go skinny dipping in winter; author suggests there be a steaming hot tub involved.


About Vella Munn

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Vella Munn is the author of romances and historical novels, including "The Man From Forever, Blackfeet Season, Daughter of the Forest, Daughter of the Mountain, Wind Warrior, "and" Touch a Wild Heart," She lives in Oregon with her family.
Published February 21, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 260 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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