Rodents give the farm on Eason’s Hill a wide berth-- for reasons that are less than obvious. The cats who live there are different than normal cats, especially Samantha. The rats on neighboring farms call her ‘the Witch Cat’ and the name isn’t far from the truth. People joke about cats having ‘magical qualities’ but in Sam’s case this would be a mistake. She can do things that are far from normal. To anyone passing by the quaint farm it might seem like a pleasant enough place, but there are well-hidden secrets kept there; secrets even she is unaware of. Now, a long forgotten danger, searching for her from a place she can only vaguely remember, is stalking her small makeshift family; bringing with it concealed memories of her murdered parents and clues to a dark legacy she could never have imagined. As secrets from her past, present and veiled future begin to reveal themselves, the odds of her family’s survival are dwindling. If she only knew how horrible the price would be in uncovering the missing memories of her past, she might have chosen to run instead of fighting for her home.
I hear Killer Yapp falling off the couch in his zeal to get right over there to kick ass and take names.
You've got one good line "Rodents give the farm on Eason’s Hill a wide berth" and then you fall off the couch into a pool of blather.
Use the form
X is the main guy;
Y is the bad guy;
they meet at Z and all L breaks loose.
If they don't solve Q, then R starts and if they do it's Lsquared.
to help you figure out what you want to say. Then redraft.
Then watch out for KY. I'm not sure how he got your address but he's got his metrocard and skateboard. I think he's on his way.