Teaser Tuesday will be tied in with a virtual surprise party for Hellfire’s very own Jen Hart Copy editor extraordinaire and her alter ego Author, Savannah Rayne.
Take a hat and hide...
Ssssshhhh, Look Jen has arrived and parked out front. It looks like she brought a guest as well. Shhhh...she thinks it's Teaser Tuesday :)
We hide and then yell…
Jen is elated that you are all here.
Time for cake
Now time for a book presentation and then all guests will be given their party favors.
In the Northwoods of Wisconsin...
Life is quiet...
Fawn's are born each Spring...
Or are they?
Playing in the leaves is something all children do; twins Steven and K.C are no different. One autumn evening the five year olds ask to go out and play until dinner is ready. What happens that night will haunt Steven for the next twenty years. Now with a daughter of his own, Steven is left to struggle with the painful, guilt ridden choice of keeping his daughter safe or help the brother he lost, long ago, the one person Steven always thought he would do anything to have back.
“K.C., I wanna go,” Steven turned towards K.C. to try to convince his brother to stop with the idea of being buried, when he saw something that made him stop talking mid-sentence and halt his footsteps. Where K.C. was lying on the ground, the leaves began to swirl in a large spiral. They lifted into the air, picking up in speed and quantity. The buzzing noise became louder, the high pitch was starting to hurt Steven’s ears. He watched spell bound as the vegetation lifted higher and higher, forming what looked like a tornado made of leaves to the five year old. The dead, autumn foliage that was covering K.C. seemed to come to life at the base of the leafy twister. The swirling mass was spinning so fast, just watching it was making him dizzy. Steven wanted to run but was frozen with fear, unable to move or scream for help.
Then he saw something that would give him nightmares for years to come. The leaves that had been covering K.C. were sucked up into the rapidly spinning leafy tornado, until the ground below was bare. Steven’s eyes were wide with terror. He opened his mouth and screamed but the buzzing was so loud, his voice seemed silent in the night. He stood there releasing scream after scream, watching the tornadic leaves spin faster and faster. His heart was racing, his head was spinning and he was starting to feel sick to his stomach. Yet Steven was oblivious to what his body was trying to tell him—to warn him. His focus was on one thing and one thing only, the ground below the twister was empty. K.C. was gone…vanished…disappeared.
Every one that attends this party gets a kindle of Oh, Deer in their virtual Party Bag. But you have to let us know that you were here and one lucky commenter will also win Savannah’s newest work, Words of an Angel when it is released. And if you leave an Amazon review for Oh, Deer let us know and you will also get a free kindle of When it Leaves.
Thank you all so much for coming.
Love you friend!