Summarizing the novel is going to be a daunting undertaking so I’ll have to see where it goes.
I suppose DMY is my personal catnip because it feels like a Louis Cha novel but written by a woman, so the emotional cadences are perfected and the romance is physical rather than just cerebral.Unexpectedly, under the thundering hooves of the horses, it awakened the buried past of years ago. He forced me to walk upright, forced me to learn to talk like him, forced me to call him “Papa”. Once I started to write, I understood a bit about my past. I was so angry I wanted to take it out on something.For this I fought with him often, but he was never afraid. I was a lost or abandoned orphan that was raised by the wolf pack, who treated me like a baby wolf, yet he is trying to turn me back into a human. My arms are tired and still my hair is a mess and I can’t make a simple braid.He shot Papa an understanding look “This is surely more difficult than taming a furious cow.” How dare he compare me to a cow! He told Papa “Since Teacher has pressing things to take care off, I shall be off.” Once he left, Papa dragged me back to the tent.I thought he would horse whip me like I’ve seen parents do to kids here on the plains.“Stupid cow, I warn you, don’t think I’m just a lone wolf right now, I have a lot of companions.