When a wrong turn and a broken down vehicle lands Bronwyn in the town of Moonshine, she feels she's stumbled into the middle of a tragic story she began writing years ago. But how can this be? Is she crazy? Could what she wrote be a reality that extends far beyond her imagination? There is just one problem. She never completed her book. Now she must finish her story by dealing with all the terrors she unleashed years ago, will she be able to pull off a happy ending? As an aspiring author, Bronwyn never dreamed she would be writing trite, sappy love stories for a traveling drama troupe. She longs to write a compelling vel, a story striving to emerge from deep inside of her as far back as she can remember. However, she is suffering from a lack of inspiration, resulting in the most severe writer's block ever. The reason -- her fiance, Ryan Reese, the fastest rising star in Hollywood, broke off their engagement, leaving her cynical, bitter and t at all thrilled about scripting any more love stories. To add to the wreckage of her life, her touring bus breaks down on the way to one of the biggest venues of the summer leaving her stranded in the peculiar town of Moonshine and at the mercy of the town's most prominent resident, the mysterious Travis Colton. A shroud of secrecy veils the small town and Bronwyn soon recognizes an eerie similarity of the people living in Moonshine to characters she created in a tragic story years ago. What she wrote in the past, is w reality that exist far beyond her imagination. As the days pass, she discovers something quite disturbing at play in this peculiar town; something secretive and mystifying lurking beyond the borders of the woods. Secrets the town has kept hidden for over six-hundred years.
Denise Daisy is described as one of the purest storytellers of all time; pulling of romance, suspense and a touch of the supernatural, all in the same piece. Born and raised in Tennessee, Denise Daisy sets her stories in the Deep South and her natural southern style charms all her work. In addition to writing, Denise enjoys directing for the theater, and has brought to the stage many wonderful stories, from The Legend of Pocahontas to Great American Tall Tales. To Denise, there is nothing more thrilling than bringing characters to life, whether on stage, behind the camera or in the pages of her books. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her four daughters, watching fireflies in the evenings, dreaming up her next story and inspiring others. Denise Daisy's books include, The Secrets of Moonshine, The Secret in the Rubble, and The Storyteller's Secret all a part of her Moonshine series. Once Last Time, a historical time travel romance coming soon by Kensington/Lyrical and The Haret, the first book in The Haret series. You can follow her at, Author Denise Daisy on facebook.