From a young age, Cas E Crowe knew she wanted to be a writer. As a child, she spent her lunch times at school creating weird and haunting stories for her classmates to listen to. An admirer of all things spooky and quirky, her grandfather recognised her unusual hobby as a gift and built her a haunted dollhouse to stage her stories.

Cas studied a creative arts degree majoring in design and a graduate certificate in animation at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. She has worked as a shop assistant, a graphic designer, an office manager, and now pursues her dream of writing.

Amongst Casโ€™s likes are travel, drawing, writing, reading, gardening, painting, and whatever else she can fit in a day. She resides in Brisbane, Australia.

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A bride. A groom. A deadly curse.

Forced to attend her brotherโ€™s wedding, Saige Wolvercraft returns to her ancestral home, the house where her mother took her own life. Wolvercraft Manor is haunted. Or at least it is for Saige. The rest of her family thinks sheโ€™s nutsโ€”a diagnosed handful. Worse, her ex-boyfriend and successful rock star, Jasper Young, is attending the wedding, and heโ€™s the only one who believes her.

When Saige learns that a string of family deaths has occurred in the house over the last two centuries, she realises the supernatural is involved with the manorโ€™s dark history. Not only does her bedroom window opens mysteriously on its own, but cries echo from the attic, and a seance goes disastrously wrong.

After a storm moves in, cutting off the familyโ€™s contact with the outside world, the bride starts behaving strangely. Itโ€™s time for Saige to investigate. The problem is she needs Jasperโ€™s help.

As Saige and Jasper are drawn closer together and uncover more of the houseโ€™s secrets, they learn that something evil walks Wolvercraftโ€™s hallsโ€ฆ and itโ€™s coming for all of them.