J.C. Brennan was born in Flint, Michigan, and grew up in the small village of Skidway Lake. Brennan is a mother of three and an academic scholar. She's a published author, a poet, an expert seamstress, and a talented painter. Her acquired skills and scholastic achievements helped her out of the small town of her youth, though her heart remains there. She has won several awards from such notable sources such as New Apple, Readers' Favorite, & Pinnacle Book Achievement. J.C. Brennan currently resides in Arizona with her husband of nine years and her children and is hard at work with her next big series of novels.
A series of unexplained murders and a near-fatal accident propel a desperate woman down a dark and sinister road.
Twenty-four-year-old Amanda Holston dreams of getting a little excitement in her life. In the sleepy town of Skidway Lake that may be asking too much. One snowy morning, while walking through the woods, Amanda stumbles upon the mutilated remains of a young woman. Hours later, police uncover two more bodies. Just when things seem to be getting interesting, Amanda is in a near fatal accident, causing her sanity to come into question. She hears voices in her head and sees a dark man in her dreams. She blames the delusions on the accident. But the dark man is all too real.