A paranormal wolf shifter, Dark Night of the Moon, is the sequel to Moon of the Sleeping Bear.
Creed Gatlin flees to Arizona intent on eradicating the haunting memories of his brother’s wife, Lauren. Brand Gatlin, presumed dead, resurfaces after a long absence and with his reemergence, the destinies of those he loves are altered forever.
In a land rife with war and danger, Sage must travel to the village of her husband’s People, the Winnebago. There, she is reunited with Crooked Back, the ancient healer. On the long trek back to Full Circle, devious plots are underfoot and peril lurks around every corner for Sage, Lauren and Peter Pa. Dark Night of the Moon will take you on an unforgettable journey of war, violence, overwhelming grief, and finally, love.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Dark Night of the Moon is the continuation of Moon of the Sleeping Bear, the story of identical twins separated at birth.
As with Moon of the Sleeping Bear, many of the incidents in the novel were inspired by true events in my ancestors' lives. At the time of the Civil War, my gg-grandmother had ten children, was pregnant with her 11th when two of her sons, her brother and one of her son-in-laws went off to fight for the North. We have many stories in our family of ancestors who not only fought in the war, but lived through those tumultuous times.