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The Guardians of Feral Mountain

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A car crash sends Feral’s life completely on end. She’s shipped off to Idaho from her beloved Berkley California to live with distant relatives she’s never met. Seeing no hope for her future, she makes a break for it, deciding to live on her own in a deserted cabin. She discovers it was never abandoned- on the contrary – the original builder’s children still are residence- ...more
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Published August 2012 by GG Anderson
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Aug 24, 2012 G.G. Anderson rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Feral is a strong well grounded girl who believes love is the only thing that can truly make people happy. That is until her parents car crash forces her to leave Berkley and hurdles her to Idaho, where she finds ice, snow and distant relatives she's never met.

Running away to a hidden mountain cabin until she turns eighteen is her only hope for a normal life.
Her plan works perfectly, until she meets Emma and Elliot.

Her connection with Elliot is electric, but impossible. He and his sister died ov
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GG Anderson began writing in middle school. Her teacher focused the students to allow their feelings to flow onto paper and become their own characters. Once the first characters began talking in her head, they never stopped.

Although she set down her pencil for almost ten years, the passion for writing never left her heart. The characters were allowed out of their box once again when a friend fou
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