The Sacred Chronicles: Wild Dreams
by Mary E. Asaro
The Sacred Chronicles: Wild Dreams is a dark fantasy that is uniquely written with an odd sense of humor. A young singer raised in a small town tries to make it to fame and fortune. His destiny for the spotlight is suddenly changed into a journey that leads him to a remote hotel in the middle of nowhere with guests and an innkeeper who is suspected of being some kind of shape-shifter.
Maurice LaShore is an owner of a small music label in the sleepy town of Darlington who sends his new client, Dustin Mendez, on a simple, but mysterious assignment to an old, shaggy hotel called Yu Ji Cove to pick up a young woman by the name of Lydia Delino. During Dustins stay, he stumbles upon a terrifying secret about all the inhabitants at Yu Ji Cove: a secret that is brought to light and causes the whole hotel to burn for it. After the fire, Dustin finds himself on the run from hunters while he is in desperate search for Lydia Delino.
Filled with werewolves, were-cats, hunters, possessions and more, this novel explores another world beyond the ordinary that will either destroy Dustin or save him from total despair.
About the Author:
Mary E. Asaros poems have been published in numerous poetry journals. She was born in Florence, South Carolina, and grew up in Darlington County. She has a Bachelors Degree in English Liberal Arts and a minor in Creative Writing from Francis Marion University.
(2016, Paperback, 160 pages)