Spectacle: Book Three – The Spectacle Series

Book Cover: Spectacle: Book Three - The Spectacle Series
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ISBN: 978-1795752138
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Pages: 127
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After the disaster at the Capital, Cole and I teleported to the mountains to hide out, Taylor and Luxxe are still with the enemies, and we're all the most wanted people in New America... which doesn't fare well for our plan to set our people free. Thankfully, hope comes in the form of Garrett, a green-eyed boy from the Capital who's helping lead the rebellion, though it may not be enough. Will evil and suppression still prevail?

Find out what happens when vengeance and dark intentions collide in this"powerful" and "refreshingly unique" Dystopian series. Binge-read today! Complete series available now...
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The boy with the green eyes stomps over, Aaron at his heels. “What in the hell is going on?” the boy barks. I note how his rifle is still slung across his back–he must not see us as a threat–but I’m not waiting around to find out for sure. I stand and grip Taylor’s arm again, this time harder. She tries to tear it away, but I’m latched on. She grunts in frustration. “Stop!” I yell at the boy, my shrill voice echoing through the woods. Amazingly, he listens. “I’m two seconds away from teleporting us out of here if you take another step,” I lie.

Understanding sweeps across his face, then awe. It settles into caution.

Aaron holds up his hands in surrender, asking, “Can I at least go break up the boys before they kill each other?”

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I hesitate, reluctantly nod. Their sparring sounds like two disgruntled hogs – ear-splitting and brutal. I don’t need another dead friend. Besides, Aaron knows I wouldn’t leave without him. “Then we’ll talk about all this.”

“Get your paws off me,” Taylor spits at me, tugging.

I ignore her.

“You can let go of her, ya know,” the green-eyed boy says. “None of this is necessary.”

I flash him a deadly look. Like I believe anything he has to say. I’ll give them a chance to explain, but I have the upper hand…or so they think. As far as they know, I can get us out of here whenever I want.

While Aaron tries to break up the fight, the bearded man in flannel eyes me. The Changer woman whispers in his ear. I get a better look at her. She reminds me of Blythe in a way, with her silver-laced dreads and laugh lines around her mouth and eyes, but she’s sturdier. Broader. And her irises are celery green.

“Ow!” Cole howls.

We turn to see Aaron twisting Cole’s arm behind his back. Cole falls to his knees. “You gonna chill out, man?” Aaron asks, but he’s not menacing about it. It seems to pain him.

Cole growls but nods, wincing.

The man he attacked staggers to his feet, blinking his one good eye, the other one already swelling shut. Blood drips from his nose and over his lips. “Fuck,” he stammers, blood spraying. He’s lost his hat somewhere in the fray, mud smeared up one side of his face and matting his blond hair.

Cole appears to be untouched, minus a few scrapes and sprigs of foliage in his dreads. His massive shoulders heave with exhaustion. He gave it everything he had. Aaron can’t help but chuckle humorlessly. “I guess you paid attention during. L...” He stops himself from saying his name. A shadow passes over his features. “Training.”

COLLAPSE
Reviews:Sassy on Amazon wrote:

What a great ending to this series. Mira, Cole and Taylor were amazing. To keep fighting after all that happened in book two—respect. There was a chance for humanity to redeem itself at the end of this—and I honestly did not know if that would happen. I’d like to think that people would see the error of their ways and do the right thing, but today’s climate demonstrates otherwise. I was really happy with how this wrapped up. Many were lost along the way, but I was glad those who remained got the ending they did. Such a great series.

Amanda Corpening on Amazon wrote:

I absolutely loved this book the beginning is right where the 2nd book left off. The ending was perfect.

Phyllis Moore on Amazon wrote:

The author continues with a fantastic story with great world building and character developments.


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Spectacle: Part Two – The Spectacle Series

Book Cover: Spectacle: Part Two - The Spectacle Series
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ISBN: 978-1727336429
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 170
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Pages: 172
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Here’s the thing about revenge – if it’s served too hot, there’s a good chance you’ll get burned. Now that my friends and I are back in New America and surrounded by the monsters who did this to us, we’re finding it harder and harder to contain our venomous hatred for them.

The next stage of our mission is for Luxxe to train.

To keep our cool.

Execute the plan.

But as emotions run high and plans start unraveling at the seams, we begin questioning if we’re the right ones for the job… and it may just cost us everything.

If you love fast-paced Dystopian reads with tough-as-nails heroines and traces of humor and heart, this one's for you.

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My hair falls in soft ringlets around my face, and strategically placed rhinestones glimmer with the slightest movement of my head. It’s a little overkill, but I have to admit, Wren knows what she’s doing.

She fluffs my hair in the back, pushes it over my shoulders. “You’ll be mesmerizing when you get your marks,” she gushes. “With the color of your eyes and your milky skin…” Her words trail, and she swallows whatever she was about to say. She glances nervously toward the bedroom door, then changes the subject. “You better get going. Lewis won’t be happy if you’re late.”

I turn, locking eyes with her. Why is she nervous? Would they disapprove of her complimenting me? Is befriending our kind seen as betrayal around here?

She hangs her head. “I’m sorry, Miss. I shouldn’t say things like that.”

Reviews:Sydney on Amazon wrote:

Well worth the wait for this book! It picks up where the first leaves off and takes you on a roller coaster of a ride. The crew is back in New America and getting ready for Luxxe to do what they planned. With what the reader is expecting and what happens is OMG! There are surprises and changes in relationships and so much more! You have to read the first book but you won't be disappointed at all! Can't wait for the next book to find out what happens next!

Phyllis Moore on Amazon wrote:

I love when in a series the Author picks up the story right from where the previous book left off. This is what the author does. The Author also throws in memories for those who are just starting the series, so the first time reader is not so completely lost and has the taste to start at the beginning. This Author never fails to deliver a great story, suspense, action and romance all in one book.


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Spectacle – Part One: The Spectacle Series

Book Cover: Spectacle - Part One: The Spectacle Series
Editions:Paperback - Second Edition: $ 15.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1985169425
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 156
Kindle - Second Edition: $ 4.49 USD
ISBN: B07BH81Z7K
Pages: 156
ePub - Second Edition: $ 4.49 USD
Pages: 156

Here’s the thing about revenge – if it’s served too hot, there’s a good chance you’ll get burned. Now that my friends and I are back in New America and surrounded by the monsters who did this to us, we’re finding it harder and harder to contain our venomous hatred for them.
The next stage of our mission is for Luxxe to train.
To keep our cool.
Execute the plan.
But as emotions run high and plans start unraveling at the seams, we begin questioning if we’re the right ones for the job… and it may just cost us everything.

If you love fast-paced Dystopian reads with tough-as-nails heroines and traces of humor and heart, this one's for you.

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It seems like an eternity before we see the first sight of land – a string of mountains, like a row of jagged, broken teeth, rising above the horizon. Beyond them lie our former lives and homes and friends-made-enemies. A twisted sense of longing sweeps through me. My most wonderful and horrible memories lie beyond that ridgeline ahead.
But the homesickness is short-lived when I realize more memories are about to be made there, and a stronger feeling overcomes me, washes over me in a merciless wave – excitement laced with unease. In the next few weeks, we could make history, change everything around for the better. But we have to stay focused and keep cool. Play our parts and do as we were ordered without fail. Otherwise, everything we’ve done, that Blythe and her brother-in-law and Harvey have done, will be in vain.
The idea immediately humbles me.

Reviews:Janika Young on Amazon wrote:

This was a good, quick read. The story is interesting and didn't take long at all to capture my interest. The author does a nice job laying out the details and setting up the plot. I will read the next book in this series because I want to know what happens to these characters.

Michelle Titherington VanDaley on Amazon wrote:

Spectacle is a fantastic story of survival and friendship. The story is fast paced with great characters who I quickly became invested in. The authors descriptive writing allows the reader to easily visualize where the story is taking place. It may be tagged in the YA genre but I am 46 and loved it. I look forward to seeing where Mira's journey leads in the next book.


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