Christine Brant is a Seattle author who lives with her husband, three children, two cats, and Bob, the Ball Python. She won the Surrey International Storytellers Award in 2007 with her short story "A Decade of Scottsdale". In her spare time, when not herding cats and kids, she loves to read and gaze out her window at the Puget Sound. Visit her online at www.christinebrant.com.
Cursed into the form of a wolf by a sorceress, Connor escapes into the wilds where dreams of a woman in a red cloak haunt him.
Bereft and alone after the death of her mother, Melody is plauged by nightmares. The only relief is the strange appearance of a grey wolf in her dreams.
Trevor the woodcutter is more than he appears. His purpose is to possess Melody for his malicious needs.