Jacob Ellis and his wife Donna live in the north woods of Wisconsin. Like most young couples, they have hobbies they enjoy. Jacob likes the outdoors, choosing four-wheeling and hunting as his forms of relaxation. Donna loves cooking, but her true passion is working in her flower garden. That is until her labor of love becomes nothing more than a colorful, tasty treat for the white-tailed deer who share their surroundings. One night the pair has an eerie experience with the four-legged visitors in their yard that would haunt them in the nights ahead. The evening sets the path for Jacob's decision to go against nature. After hearing a legend passed down through generations of the Chippewa Indians, Jacob must now decide if it's just a myth or a lesson in the balance of law and justice-between people and nature.
- Paperback | 76 pages
- 127 x 203 x 4mm | 82g
- 13 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Savannah Rayne
Savannah Rayne is a fun-loving Midwestern girl with a weakness for coffee, chocolate, antiques, and anything Christmas. She loves reading, listening to music, scrapbooking/card making, or decorating with a country themed finesse. She also has a quirky sense of humor, enabling her to see the funnier side of life. At the age of forty-eight, publishing her first book was a happy unexpected surprise and she is excited to share her creepy tales and romantic stories with you. Her characters can be classy, sassy and in search of love and adventure, or a scary phenomenon that leaves you sleeping with the lights on. She now has several published books and many more in the works. When Savannah isn't tracking down her latest find at a thrift store or rummage sale, you can find her drinking a cup of coffee while enjoying time in the north woods with her family and friends...especially her grandson.