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Stoddart Kids, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 191 pages
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Dare, almost 16, is a big, tough, street-wise kid, always in trouble at school and around the town of Crossing, Alberta. His 12-year-old brother, Ty, is just the opposite: quiet, studious, at the head of his class.

When their grandmother dies, Dare and Ty are faced with the prospect of going to a foster home - until Laura McConnell, a part-time teacher, invites them to her ranch.

If it weren't for Ty, Dare would be long gone a desire that intensifies into white-hot rage as he clashes with Laura and faces the pain of his past.

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User Review  - wendellg - LibraryThing

a bit too cliched, but hey: it's has some good action, the characters are believable and there's a happy ending that's actually convincing...useful to recommend to 'relucant readers' tho it's far from a personal favourite. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Marilyn Halvorson is the award-winning author of a number of young adult novels set in Western Canada. When not writing, she runs her cattle ranch hear Sundre, Alberta. Marilyn's other books include Blood Brothers, Brothers and Strangers, Stranger on the Run and Stranger on the Line.

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