Emily Dinova has a Bachelors degree in English (concentration Theatre) and a double Masters in Stage & Screen Writing. Her play Capture, about her experience with an abusive relationship, was published by Fresher Publishing Company and subsequently won the Fresher Writing Prize in 2015 for Best Stage Play. It had a run Off Broadway in NYC, a quick stint at the Shelley Theatre (the remains Mary Shelley’s estate!) in Bournemouth, UK and played regionally at Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury, CT. She’s written three other novels Bode, Veil of Seduction and The Antagonist, which she hopes to publish as well. Her short story, The Dramma, was published in HauntedMTL's first horror anthology and her short story An Old Life of Youth was published and featured on Literally Stories as a "Saturday Special" (only six writers in the last six plus years have been given this honor). If you would like to read more about her, you can find additional information on her Production Company’s website: www.gandeproductions.com
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Zane is cursed. A magical creature trapped in the body of a human man. As hard as he tries to hate mortals, he cannot deny that he feels a strange connection to a certain woman…
Sera has been alone her entire life. She is a young social worker who spends her days attempting to heal her broken city. She is destined to an arranged marriage, a life and social status she cannot seem to fit into. Lonny, her fiancé, who has just been released from prison, is hoping to win Sera's heart back, despite all the pain he caused her.
Zane is bitter, jaded, and has given up on finding his way back to himself. Until Sera, the only one who can see Zane's true form, stumbles into his life.
When Sera pledges to help Zane break his curse, the two are plunged into a dangerous, fantastical adventure that will teach them the sacrifice of self-acceptance, the heartache of true love, and what it ultimately means…to be human.