Katy, Texas (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Colleen Mason makes a splash in literary circles with her debut book titled Redemption. With a properly developed set of characters, myth and lore, this new novel will keep readers engrossed from one page to the next.
This story opens with alpha werewolf Bryan, the matchless Northridge Pack leader who led his people since the death of his previous alphas. He continues to search for his lost friend, Willow. But when he does find her, their reunion is not as easy as he expected.
Fifteen years of torture and Willow is finally rescued. In her struggle to overcome all that has been done to her, Bryan helps her find peace while trying to keep her safe from the man who abducted her. Having suffered long years of unspeakable pain from his brutal captor, she finds it hard to trust anyone.
Things take an unexpected turn when they find out that the man behind Willow’s misery is now on the hunt to find her again. Willow needs the protection of Bryan and the pack as she attempts to reconcile with her horrid past and muster the courage to confront her captor who hurt her for so long. Can Bryan help Willow deal with her past or will he lose her to the man who is now on the hunt again for his prized captive?
Spiced with romance, action and danger, Mason’s Redemption is an imposing fiction that breaks down expectations and clichés with werewolves through its thematically heartrending and emotionally harrowing plot.
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About the Author
Colleen Mason lives with her family in Texas where she has been writing for over 10 years. Mason’s writing is focused on opening people’s eyes to possibilities through fiction. She pushes the boundaries of what is comfortable in order to give people the opportunity to view a character’s inner and outer struggles.
Redemption * by Colleen Mason
Publication Date: July 23, 2013
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