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They called him "the lost man." Raised in the woods, without speech, without civilization, he was beautifully, wonderfully wild. But only one woman looked beyond the wildness to see the man.
"Delightfully different...brims with laughter and passion." (Literary Times)
"With a lyrical voice and keen wit, Patricia Gaffney weaves compelling stories that echo in the human heart." (Nora Roberts)
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Confused and alone, the lost man paces his cell, the small room where the people have locked him so they can study the ways of the boy who was raised by wolves. Inside, he yearns for the freedom of the forest, for his friends the wolves, but at the same time, he aches for the touch and companionship he sees the people around him expressing. But he can't communicate any of this. The words they speak, like his old name, are a long-forgotten part of his past. Wounded by the death of her young husband, Sydney Darrow has returned to her family's summer home in Michigan. But instead of healing, Sydney finds herself stifled by the very prim and proper life she's forced back into. She's back where she was before her marriage, taking care of her father, the absent-minded anthropologist, and seeing after her two younger brothers. And then she sees the disheveled stranger staring at her from the window of his small cottage. The more she gets to know him, the more she aches for the sensitive, insightful man locked inside his wild shell. In the lost man, Sydney sees an intelligence and wit the academics studying him can't fathom. Sydney tutors the stranger in the ways of civilization, while he begins to teach her about love. But even as they grow closer, the so-called experts are planning what to do with his life, and the lost man's mysterious past is catching up with them.A delightfully different romance! Wild at Heart brims with laughter and passion! A hero as wonderful, as sweet and sexy as Michael Mac Neil comes along with the same frequency as a solar eclipse! Patricia Gaffney is simply an outstanding storyteller! Wild at Heart is her best yet! Patricia Gaffney delivers again!Annette Carney -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description GuildAmerica Books, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11156865250X
Book Description GuildAmerica Books, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M156865250X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-156865250X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-156865250x