Marie Newbold has been escaping into books since she could walk. Raised by a wise mother on the classics of science fiction and fantasy, none of her daydreams involved her own backyard -- unless dragons or spaceships were picking her up from it.
Thirty years later, Marie has raised the pen in an attempt to pass forward the gift of a good story. In between boy wrangling, dog soothing, and a desk job involving too many numbers, Marie is forming her own worlds for lonely girls and boys to find their salvation from boredom.
It can be difficult enough to hold a family together. Brothers argue, spouses may disagree on big issues, and sometimes a wife has a major differences of opinion from her mother-in-law. If the older brother suddenly changes into a werewolf and attacks his younger sibling instead of playing the video game, difficult suddenly becomes nearly impossible.
The Holcomb family doesn’t stop trying though. They have a month until the next full moon, and they all agree that the brothers must both be protected. Three adults means three different ideas of what needs done, and the brothers each have their own problems. Sometimes, though, only family can make it through the trouble to good times after. Sometimes.