Ten years later we find Valerie a bit restless with her surroundings, in a love triangle, and in the middle of a wolf rampage. After her sister is murdered by the wolf during the Blood Moon, the village goes into a panic. The local priest sends for support to help bring down the wolf. Once help arrives, the people in the village become suspicous of each other because they find out the wolf lives among them as human during the day and becomes the beast during the full moon.
Who is the wolf? Who can Valerie trust? Should she marry Henry, the weathy young man she is betrothed to or should she throw caution to the wind and run away with Peter even though he is hated by everyone in the village?
RED RIDING HOOD is a wonderful mix of new and traditional story elements. The reader will hang on every word of the wonderful narrator, Erin Moon. In addition to the narration, a beautiful score is included during pivotal moments of the story. I can't wait to see the movie.