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Kai Hunter, a teen who's part Navajo and part Stoney Nakoda, runs away from social servics to avoid foster care. She escapes to a big city where she can hide and lies her way into a job and a safe place to live.
Kai's life seems to be falling into place. She meets a guy who is into motorcycles like herself, but she isn't sure she can trust him. Should she follow her gut instinct or surrender to her longing for acceptance and love? Her choices become matters of life and death.
Jacqueline Guest is a Métis writer who lives in a log cabin nestled in the pinewoods of Alberta, Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Her award winning books are unique in that many of the main characters come from different ethnic backgrounds including First Nations, Inuit or Metis. Her well-drawn characters face issues common to every child such as bullying, blended families and physical challenges and are strong role models for today’s youth
Jacqueline is the recipient of the prestigious Indspire Award for the Arts, formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Award. In 2016, Jacqueline received the incredible honor of being named to the Order of Canada for her ongoing efforts in the world of literacy.