Addison Savaughn's only sin was being born at the wrong time, to the
Celestine Savaughn kept her daughter isolated, locked away from the
As the last descendant of the Devinforge blood line, Addison had a
destiny greater than she had it in her to imagine, a destiny that
required sacrifice - great sacrifice.
So instead of dolls and pretty dresses, Addison had her knives and
pistols. Instead of school, Addison had drills and patrols. Instead of
friends, Addison had Mama and the Hunters' Guild.
Still, there was just one problem. Addison didn't believe a word of it.
She didn't believe in Mama. She didn't believe in the Guild. And she
certainly didn't believe in wolves with hair on the inside.
Grea Alexander is a female writer of African American, Native American and French descent who does not write her profiles in the 3rd person.
Born and raised in Houston, TX, I have successfully wormed my way across many a border and have, in effect, managed to infect all that I survey with my particular
brand of grea-ness. My books are very character-driven with a focus on flawed, dynamic, culturally-diverse characters and strong, smart female protagonists.