Nineteen-year-old, Night Shannien, has always trusted his father about an undisclosed mortal threat that disallows him to form relationships with anyone - even if it meant playing the role of a deaf-mute while working at his father’s bar-restaurant on the rugged Oregon coast.
While Night's perpetual nightmares offer him clues about a betrayal, it takes a lovesick teen girl, and his father’s own girlfriend, to set off a vicious chain of events that finally expose all the dark truths and trigger Night's breaking point.
Thrown into a world he's never known - now as a fugitive - Night is granted the immediate refuge he needs by the ideal mentor, but not without an unthinkable precondition. As an untapped prodigy, Night proves he can deliver the impossible, but with threats at every turn, an eroded moral code, and his past still hunting him down, Night tries to survive by following one simple guideline... Whatever The Impulse.
Tina Amiri is originally from Sudbury, Ontario, but now lives
in Barrie, just north of Toronto. She began writing before she could spell and never lost interest. She works as a low vision specialist, while pursuing her interest in fiction—most recently, providing intensive book-doctoring and editing services, though e-mail, to people in several countries. Her focus, when it comes to fiction, is on psychological thrillers, but other passions include supporting animal and environmental causes.