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He loves her, and he knows it. Still, Jared can’t contemplate a life with Emily drawn into the vicious world of werewolves. His quest has changed from one to give himself a normal life to one for Emily, to ensure she lives a life free of the curse.MoreHe loves her, and he knows it. Still, Jared can’t contemplate a life with Emily drawn into the vicious world of werewolves. His quest has changed from one to give himself a normal life to one for Emily, to ensure she lives a life free of the curse. Emily’s not cooperating, though! She wants a life with Jared whether he wants it or not! What is he supposed to do? Can’t she see he’s trying to protect her? Damn his wolf blood!THE TRACKS is the fifth chapter of the exciting new series EMILY AND THE WOLF from Northern Starlight Young Adult Press and continues the story of Emily and Jared that began in MEETING THE WEREWOLF, ANCIENT BOOKS, BREAKING FREE, and TRANSFORMED IN LONDON. It’s volume five of book one, JARED’S QUEST. Can an average teen girl help a young werewolf gain control of the demon within him? And if he can’t keep his animal under control, how can either of them be safe? And why are there so many strange things happening that make Emily think plenty of people would rather he never got a handle on his condition? Northern Starlight Young Adult Press presents the finest in young adult fiction.Here is a preview:Emily watched him walk away and followed. Was he even aware that she was there, that she had witnessed his heroism? That she had been as fast as him. Her powers were developing now and she was not about to let him take them from her. Emily was about to speak and Jared stopped her.“Don’t say anything Emily, just give me some time to calm down,” he said.Emily grabbed his hand and led him through the train terminal. “I just want to show you something,” she said.They were stood at the foot of a huge bronze statue entitled The Meeting Place. Jared looked up, it seemed never ending it was so tall. The couple had their foreheads and noses touching in a romantic embrace and the female had her hand on the males face. The bronze carving had really brought the emotion to life. Jared stared in admiration.“This is my favourite statue- it’s a couple in love,” she said. “I used to wish that that was me up there.” She pointed to the female in the statue.