“They say when you look in dark places you find dark things.
And trust me; I have been in some very dark places.”
On the day of Jake Palmer’s parent’s funeral when he thought things couldn’t get any worse, his being snatched off the street by a CIA black ops unit proved things could get worse for the young shapeshifter. Much worse…
Ten years on and all the things he’s been coerced into doing for the agency have taken their toll on his sanity.
So when he stops for a hitchhiker on a desert highway in Utah he can’t figure out why he’s going against all his instincts to remain a loner. That is until the guy gets into his pickup, and Jake discovers Billy his passenger is a young wolf shapeshifter running away from his domineering father.
However, Jake and Billy’s meeting is no coincidence. Ancient, powerful forces have united in order to stage-manage the encounter. But for Jake and Billy, the consequences of their initially stormy coming together, are going to be more far reaching than either of them could ever imagine.
As all too soon they are thrown headlong into a series of deadly encounters, and find themselves fighting for their very lives against some extremely dangerous adversaries, and pursued by an obsessed father determined to get his son back.
About the Author
They say you should always write your author bio in third person, (presumably to make it look as if some copywriter in the publisher's office who's never heard of you, let alone met you wrote it). As I know me better than anyone else, I'll be doing the storytelling thank you very much So my name's Sean Catt and I am a freelance writer based in the South East of England near Brighton. My main writing passions are fantasy/paranormal fiction and anthropomorphic fiction. Then late at night, while the dust bunnies under the bed are busy sharpening their fangs, I dim the lights and write horror and other dark creepiness. During daylight hours I turn serious and freelance as a Technical Author writing machinery manuals, leaflets and brochures for big lumps of production equipment. At the moment that pays the bills (if you're interested please give me a shout). Yes, I'm just another poor, starving writer... I'm a member of the British Fantasy Society, and very pleased to have been Vice Chair for the New Eastbourne Writers group for three years and one of the Directors of the 2015 Eastbourne Book Festival. When I find time, I also write the odd newspaper or magazine column.