Near the wild national forests of northeastern Pennsylvania, a wolf girl is discovered hiding in a farmer’s barn. She is dangerous, beautiful and can’t speak. Named “Candy” for the way she gobbles down a chocolate bar, she is transferred to a treatment facility near Pittsburgh. No one knows who Candy is or where she comes from, but the center where she is interred begins round-the-clock psychiatric evaluation. Months later, Candy is able to learn human speech and live in a monitored cottage on the center's ground. But she's still very much a wild creature, even if all-woman. And why does the federal government have such a deep interest in Candy?