Molly Blake had it all - an adorable son named DJ, a beautiful home in the exclusive part of town, and a husband who is in the running to be the next mayor of their small New Jersey town. On a cold winter day her husband David loses control of their family SUV and slides off the road, and Molly arrives at the hospital to find that not only did her husband's mistress fail to secure DJ's car seat, but that their illicit extramarital sexual escapades while driving caused the accident and claimed DJ's life.
In the aftermath of the accident, she pushes away even her oldest friend, Ryan, who tries desperately to help her deal with the grief and public humiliation. Her idyllic life is shattered, leaving her dangerously on the edge of sanity and perfectly ripe for a deviant like Jack. He entwines himself in her life, seeming to understand her anger and despair like no one ever had, but when her darkest desires start coming true and the bodies pile up, she realizes she has unleashed something that can't be controlled - and she is the only one who can stop him.
E.B. Brown enjoys researching history and genealogy and uses her findings to cultivate new ideas for her writing. Her debut novel, The Legend of the Bloodstone (Time Walkers #1), was a Quarter-finalist in the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. An excerpt from another Time Walkers novel, A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe (Time Walkers #4), was a finalist in the 2013 RWA/NYC We Need a Hero Contest. She is also the author of the thriller novel Jack Made Me Do It written under the pen name Ellis Brown. E.B. loves mudding in her Jeep Wrangler and likes to cause all kinds of havoc the rest of the time. She resides in New Jersey.