Liz Kerin’s Night’s Edge is a sun-drenched novel about how monstrous we can be to the ones we love most.
Moms can really suck.
“I’m always careful not to disturb mom. A rude awakening can definitely set her off, especially if she wakes up hungry. I can’t forget what she is. What she could do to me.”
Having a mom like Izzy meant Mia had to grow up fast. No extracurricular activities, no inviting friends over, and definitely no dating. The most important rule: tell no one of Izzy’s hunger – the one only blood can satisfy.
But Mia is tired of being her mother’s keeper. She’s in her twenties now and secretly longs for a life of her own. One where she doesn’t have to worry about anyone discovering their terrible secret, or breathing down her neck. When Mia meets rebellious musician Jade she dares to hope she’s found a way to leave her home – and her mom – behind.
It just might be Mia’s only chance of getting out alive.
Cover design by Katie Klimowicz
LIZ KERIN is an author, screenwriter, and award-winning playwright, who earned her degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her first novel, dark fantasy adventure The Phantom Forest, was published in 2019, and she is currently working on a sequel to Night’s Edge. She lives in Southern CA, where she can be found in her garden or hiking in the hills with her dog.