Fourteen years ago, Lana's parents were murdered. To this day she doesn't know why. Her guardian is very tight-lipped about the whole thing. She never imagined the way those answers would come knocking on her door in the form of innocently stranded travelers. Only, they weren't travelers and there was nothing innocent about the way they found her remote cabin in the rocky mountains. They were there for her. These dangerous visitors claim Lana is a Mùth. An ancient, nearly extinct breed of human that can morph into an animal. Could this be why her aunt had hidden her away all these years? Or why her parents were murdered? Well, there's one major problem with their story... Lana has never transformed into an animal and she is not going without a fight
ISBN : 978-1-80074-450-9
Pages : 334
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Amanda Crowe lives in Ontario, Canada, with her husband, Patrick, her son, Wyatt, and their two dogs. She has a bachelor's degree in creative writing from West Virginia Wesleyan College, which she attended on a soccer scholarship. She currently works as a Dog Guide Instructor at Dog Guides Canada, training dogs in the Diabetic Alert Dog program. In her spare moments, she is often lost in her own mind sorting through various stories, plots, and characters. It is a great joy to be able to bring one of those stories to life.