Bret Jordan has lived in Southeast Texas all his life. He is married and has four children, girls with an array of personalities that often boggle his mind. By day he programs computers and by night he works as a freelance artist. When not working, drawing, or spending time with his family, he reads and writes stories of horror and dark fantasy. On summer weekends he can often be found running his motorcycle down the roads of East Texas.
Sometimes the hunter becomes the hunted.
Cull is a man with no memory of his past. Something draws him forward, toward the supernatural, toward answers. The paranormal holds the key to his past, and possibly his future if he can survive the creatures he hunts.
Something is unusual about Shaylee. She sees the forest and its creatures differently than other folks. This ability makes her shunned in the village and puts an edge of fear into her father, but one person understands her, her new friend, Oran. Together they will learn about her newfound abilities and about one another as well.