QQ REVIEW: The Healer by Sharon SalaTuesday, August 19, 2008 13:00
Jonah Gray Wolf appeared out of nowhere and has a connection to animals no one can explain and he is also a healer. This gift puts him and anyone he cares about in great danger because a man he once helped will do anything to get him in his power.
Jonah helps Luce by healing her dog and finds a kindred soul. Since winter is coming Jonah decides to go to ground in this little town where he thinks he will be safe for a little while but there is always someone hunting him for the reward on his head.
When Jonah’s gift draws attention to him he knows it is only a matter of time but this time instead of running he is making a stand for himself and Luce.
This was a quick read but good after you get into it. Sharon Sala is usually a good read.
It is a gift that may cost him everything
All his life, Jonah Gray Wolf has had an uncanny connection to animals and the power to heal the sick and wounded. Driven from the only home he’s ever known by those who wish to harness his gift for profit, he becomes a drifter, working in out-of-the-way towns, never staying long. It’s a lonely life, but Jonah knows he’s still being hunted-he can’t afford to get close to anyone who might learn his secret.
In West Virginia he finds Luce, a tough but beautiful loner who knows all about keeping people at a distance-a kindred soul with whom he might dare to make a life. But the hunters have caught Jonah’s scent again. Danger is coming to their mountain refuge-a confrontation that will be decided only by a force of nature.
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