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Healer’s Fate – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat


‘Liam couldn’t watch the ceremony that would mate Corliss to someone else.  He could’ve challenged for her, but that meant fighting his father – the ruling
wolf, who was neither a tyrant nor senile.  Both of them in their prime,
a fight would have ended in one of their deaths, and he couldn’t
justify the loss of life.

Not even for her.  Unable to keep control of his world, Liam let the animal free to seek solace in the forest.  Except every tree, every scent roused memories of her, and the wolf circled
back towards the clearing, towards the woman who should be his.’

Liam and Corliss, as well as the others in the pack, are “shifters” which means they have the ability to shift from human form to wolf form and back.  Corliss
has been promised as a mate for Raymond but has secretly given her heart
to Liam.  So when Raymond doesn’t appear at the mating ceremony,
Corliss finds herself embarrassed by being left at the “ceremony” but
also relieved, that is until Liam steps in to save the day.

Healer's Fate is a touching love story that brings together two beautiful souls bonding them into one, as it should be among all humans.  But it also picks up
the animal aspect of life.  My reading of Healer’s Fate brought
me closer to the understanding of pack animals.  It answered my
question of "What and who is the alphas and how is that rank acquired
within the pack?" Through the writing of Beth Caudill and the characters
of Liam and Corliss, I felt as if I was an insider watching pack
rituals being  performed and explained.  


This book isn’t for children due to some of the explicit scenes and language but it’s a beautiful book for
adult who enjoy reading an enticing love story now and then.


Whispers Publishing


100 pages

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