EXCERPT (FROM CHAPTER 5)
"oh dear, your eyes" she exclaimed as she took in the sight of his fully transformed yellow iris
"oh my God, your mouth" she said noticing his protruding canine teeth
"and your hands" she finally said noticing the claws that dug into the leather back rest of the sofa
"Elizabeth, let me explain" he said moving forward, she screamed and jerked back
"you may walk around acting human, but you are not human, you can't deceive me,I have seen the evil things your kind does,beneath the human exterior is a monster waiting to emerge and rip everything within reach from limb to limb" she accused
"am sorry for your past dark experience with my people, I promise I won't hurt you" he tried to reassure her
"is that so? Then your eyes and your teeth and your claws just now when we were kissing,you were about to transform into a wolf and eat me,in my own grandmother's house,how clichÃ© "
What if the monsters weren't just in the pages of story books?
What if the monsters were among us?
A young Elizabeth Crowe found out the hard way, witnessing the death of her family. She's on the run, hiding from a killer that was never caught, that could never be caught because no one was looking for him in the right direction. Years later, a stranger offered her a chance at closure and a chance to bring justice to her parents killer. would she take his offer? or would she continue to run and hide in fear?
A modern day twist on little red riding hood.