Carly, just learning what it means to be a werewolf, realises life can be pretty invigorating when you have the freedom of the forest. That is, until strange things start to happen and her visions return.
After encountering a creature long forgotten as myth and controlling its mind, Carly begins to suspect her abilities may be more than just a werewolf gift. Seeking out the answers to her powers, she is introduced to a coven of witches.
When a spell to discover her ancestry goes awry, Carly finds out about a past that had been shrouded for centuries. Bringing up more questions than answers, she must now seek out the truth behind her strange powers.
When it seems like winter is following them, and Carly suspects her lover of being a monster, she doesn't know where to turn or who to trust. With frightening revelations and the existence of a cursed werewolf, Carly must piece everything together.
Can she figure out the truth before all is lost?
In the city there is a different breed of Wolf. These "City Wolves," as they are known, are scrawny and emaciated, often mistaken as scavenging dogs while they rummage through bins in alley ways. These Werewolves are the downtrodden, the homeless that get stepped on or overlooked.
Witches played a big part in algonquian history. Skinwalkers were considered witches and during the first settlements of white man, witches played a huge part in these histories. Magic and witchcraft are talked about by many cultures, and the Native Americans were no different.
In algonquian tales there is talk of manitous, spirits which can inhabit the bodies of men. The wendigo is one such spirit. It is said those of weak will can be taken as host by the wendigo, allowing the creature to reveal itself while they sleep. A wendigo is a creature of consumption, the more it eats, the more its hunger grows, the larger it becomes.
ISBN-10: 0957527306 - ISBN-13: 978-0-9575273-0-0