When her world is invaded by creatures who capture humans for use as food and pleasure, slave Maryan believes she might, at last, be free... until a new lord and master runs a claw-tipped finger through her hair, triggering revelations with respect to the uniqueness of his captured prize. Told with wit and insight, Maryan's story is an adventurous journey of self-discovery; a tale of friendship between unlikely individuals, and of betrayal in surprising circumstances; it is a tale of love, and loss, and healing-- offering characters the reader will hope to hear from again.
Kathryn Klos grew up in Minneapolis but currently shares an antique log house in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with creatures of the human, canine, feline, and avian persuasion, and encourages visitors of all species to feeders outside their home. Aside from writing, Kathryn's passions include history, genealogy, videography, paddling old wooden canoes and exploring the woods and other U.P. environs (when the weather doesn't make it seem like the ice moon from her novel The Storyteller ).