It's loosely based on the Red Riding Hood fairytale, but so much better.
Sherri A. Wingler brought her characters to life and I joined Red, Grey and Wolf on their journey to 'grandma's house'.
The booked grabbed me on the first page and held on to me right to the end. Now I can't wait to read the next book and find out what happens next to Red, Grey and Wolf.
In the old days, people whispered about the wolf, said he came only at night, and only by the light of the full moon. They locked their doors and huddled close to their fires, safe in the knowledge they could prepare for his coming. The truth is, no one is safe, because the wolf walks in the skin of the man. Always.
Harlow Hayes is a runaway, thief, and failed Southern belle. Forced to grow up fast after what her mama delicately referred to as, ‘the incident,’ she learns the hard way not all strangers are kind, real monsters hide in plain sight, and family can be found in the most unexpected places.
Harlow Hayes is about to meet the Wolf.
When she isn’t working in the real world, or writing stories to keep herself entertained, her spare time is spent raising money for her local Humane Society, in the hopes that she can save at least a few little critters.
She is currently hard at work on the next book of The Immortal Sorrows.