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Wolf Sight by Rachel M. Raithby @bookenthupromo @rach1986uk
Book Title: Wolf Sight Author: Rachel M. Raithby Genre: YA Fantasy Release Date: April 1, 2017 Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
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The packs have aligned. Peace is here. But it came at a price.

Cage’s world shifted when Katalina arrived but not in the way he’d expected. The pain is tearing him apart, and with each day, he loses a piece of himself. Unable to watch Katalina love someone else, Cage sees no other option but to leave the pack.

Will he find the answers he seeks? Or has he taken the wrong path, altering the fate of not just himself but the pack he’d once called home?
Anna's world is one of confusion and dreams. When a vision of a boy’s death begins to haunt her, she leaves everything behind in hopes of finding him. But Anna finds far more than she expected. She’ll be pushed to the limits, and her faith will waver.
In the end she must decide—are her visions a gift or a curse?
With every vision before, a part of her had always resisted. It was terrifying being pulled from reality and sucked into a place she didn’t know. A place no ordinary human could ever see. But as image after image of broken, injured children cascaded through her mind, she’d allowed herself to be completely taken.
Falling into the unknown, she was swallowed by a dark ocean. Screams wrapped around her. The taste of blood filled her mouth while the scent of death lingered in the air. Anna gasped for breath, wading through what felt like mud, trying to find pieces of a puzzle that would end in horror. The group had split into two when the men appeared. The adults had been focused on eliminating the threat that they never noticed. With only two teenage girls with the smallest of the children, they had no hope of survival.
Running from the cabins as fire lit up behind her, Anna barely registered Katalina’s words, her only focus on following the pull in her chest. Branches snatched at her clothes, ripping them and tearing skin. Blood trickled from a gash across her cheek. Her already worn-out body screamed in protest, but none of it outweighed the urgency of finding those children. This was her chance to change the future, to make up for failing her family. She had to believe that she saw what she did so that she could stop it from ever happening. Because if she didn’t, then it wasn’t a gift, but truly a curse. Anna could think of no crueler fate than knowing how someone would die and being powerless to stop it.
 Wolf Sight by Rachel M. Raithby @bookenthupromo @rach1986uk
Wolf Sight by Rachel M. Raithby @bookenthupromo @rach1986uk
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Wolf Sight by Rachel M. Raithby @bookenthupromo @rach1986uk
Rachel M. Raithby started her writing career in 2013 and hasn’t looked back. She draws her inspiration from the many places she has lived and traveled, as well as from her love of the paranormal and thriller movies. She can often be found hiding out with a good book or writing more fast-paced and thrilling stories where love always conquers all. She now lives in rural England with her young family.
Her books include, the adult Paranormal Romance novels ‘The Deadwood Hunter Series’ and the Young Adult series The New Dawn Novels, including the YA Best seller ‘Winter Wolf.'
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