Werewolves aren’t real. Or so that’s what Cora Nash used to tell herself.
She was supposed to be spending a relaxing summer with her grandmother, renovating a house that had suffered damage from a harsh winter, not kept awake by nights filled with piercing howls, or alarmed at the rapid rate in which people disappeared, and how no one seemed too concerned.
When Cora investigates, the truth behind these disturbances is much larger and more terrifying than she could have ever envisioned. And in a town full of strangers, it’s almost impossible for her to know whom to trust.
Werewolves aren’t real, she told herself. Werewolves aren’t real…
A little bit psychic, a whole lot imaginative.
Samantha Cross was raised in Michigan from the time she was two years old. As a child she would get lost in fantasy, playing make-believe in the backyard and going on swashbuckling adventures to save the damsel in distress. It was the typical behavior of every kid. That is until she realized she was a teenager and still created alternate worlds inside her mind.
And that was when she knew she wanted to be a writer. It was all she knew, all she loved, and it gave her a happiness unlike anything.
In March of 2015, after years of hard work, the dream became a reality when she was offered a contract by Solstice Publishing to publish her first novel, and subsequent international best seller, Lunar Rampage. The very first in many, many stories to come.