Ms. Raybourn writes a truly captivating and exhilarating tale with her latest novella, 'Far in the Wilds,' and thus capturing the very heart of the African landscape. A unique and wildly adventurous tale of love, death and triumph 'Far into the Wilds' is a must read for anyone seeking a dangerous romantic tale of exploration!
Ryder White is every bit the idyllic tortured hero that romance readers have long been waiting for. Canadian by birth but African by choice, Ryder is not only handsomely masculine but possess a deep love and understanding for the land that he had long since called his home, a land that allows him to bury the haunting shadows of his past long since forgotten.
I would highly recommend this prequel novella to Ms. Rayborn's highly anticipated novel 'A Spear of Summer Grass. The first book in the series is set to release later in the month of April 2013. As with any novella, this book itself was extremely short but worth reading every single word. What the novella lacks in length it does not in capturing the true spirit of the faintest hints of a wild attraction and the heroic dangers it thrives for!
New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn takes readers into Africa during the height of British colonialism, to meet a man as wild as the land he loves in this prequel novella....
Ryder White is Canadian by birth but African by choice. He is more at home in the wilds of the savannah, shooting and sleeping his way across the continent, than amongst the hedonistic colonists of Kenyan society.
In a landscape where one false move can cost a man his life, Ryder's skill as a guide is unparalleled, but only the rich or royal can afford his services. When a European prince hires Ryder to help him hunt an elusive leopard Ryder thinks it's just another well-paying job with yet another spoiled voyeur. But this perilous journey is full of dangers that may change Ryder forever....
Ryder returns in A Spear of Summer Grass by Deanna Raybourn, where he encounters a woman from a very different world, to explore beauty and darkness and what is truly worth fighting for.