Rift (A Wolven Tale)
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Rift (A Wolven Tale)

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As cubs, Rebecca and Tee were best friends, until his stunning betrayal of her trust. For years, they've ignored each other aside from brief meetings demanded by their Feral natures.

Now Rebecca needs a favor, and Tee is the only one she can turn to. But is the rift between these Wolven too wide to cross?
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Published July 12th 2010 by Katarr Kanticles Press (first published July 11th 2010)
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