by Monica MacDonald
Could you be the monster to save who you love?
Two women, separated by generations, must leave what they know to start a new life. Seventeen-year-old Kate's senior year is ruined when she's moved from the only home she's ever known. After an isolating month alone in her apartment, school starts, but neither her classmates nor her teacher are who they seem. Kali, a single mother living in the nineteenth century wilds of Montana, is stalked by a malicious past. She fights to keep her daughter safe while her freedom is threatened by her less than benevolent benefactor. Both find love, and with it hope, but that is quickly ripped away as one woman must learn the lessons of the other -- before it's too late to save either.
Monica is a married graduate student with three boys. Utah is home right now, but the need to wander has extended beyond the fantasy world of writing and into real life. She's lived all around the US and even into the Middle East. The world is really a small place, only made bigger through imagination.
Print or Ebook?
Ebook – want my whole library all the time!
Beach or Pool?
Beach, but I’m irrationally afraid of sharks, regardless of the body of water, so I’m not getting in!
Pizza or Pasta?
Horror or Romance?
Can we get a mix? That’s the best!
Coke or Pepsi?
Don’t drink cola at all. Icky.
Harry Potter or Twilight?
Harry Potter all the way. My youngest son was a look-alike with the book 1 Harry.
Gum or Breath Mints?
Summer or Winter?
Geez, they both are miserable. My fav season is fall, followed by spring. In Utah we’ve got some extreme weather.
Facebook or Twitter?
Chocolate or Vanilla?
Chocolate, especially from the Middle East.
Spontaneity or Planning Ahead?
Black or White?
Hot or Cold?
Hot – been an old lady with arthritis since I was three.
Night owl or early bird?
TV or Movies?
Probably movies – I’ve seen everything!
Truth or Dare?
Depends on who I’m playing with.
Text or Talk?
Diet or Regular?
Christmas or Thanksgiving?
Christmas, nothing as magical as driving through neighborhoods, checking out the lights.
Mountains or Ocean?
Spotlight or Shadows?