"We have a new assignment for you, Mr. Reinhardt."
These words are not comforting to me. At eighteen, I am a gargoyle who has been demoted because I broke the rules. Now I have a new mission, a new mark to protect. But I don't expect Emma Chase. I don't expect to question my own race. I don't expect to care for my own mark. And I am not prepared for what I find at The Acropolis.
About the Author:
I am a Native Mississippian who started writing in elementary school. I was a reserved child who threw away almost everything I wrote. Later, when I was older, I discovered the crumpled pieces of my work in a box in my mother's hope chest. When I asked her why she saved the work, she replied,
"What you considered trash, I considered genius."
It has been my motto ever since. My mother passed in 2005. She is missed.
I am the scatterbrained (no lie) mother of three, and I live in Mississippi with my husband and three divalicious daughters and a female shitszu (also a diva)named Tinkerbell. My poor husband!
Redemption is a three book series following young, brash Dayton Blainey. The first two books are now available on Amazon.com for kindle and in print.
Five words for the Acropolis
Prejudice - In this book Emma Chase is caught up in a group of people whose hatred for her is as strong as their need to protect her.
Water - Although most people believe gargoyles are mainly associated with stone, this book shows the connection these creatures have with water and how powerful that connection is.
Phobia - In the Acropolis, Emma Chase is intensely afraid, overcome by phobias. The reason for this is surprising, her fight to overcome them challenging.
Acceptance - In this book, both Conor and Emma have to accept what they are, but learn to make what they are into something they can live with.
Sacrifice - In this book, Conor ends up sacrificing a large part of himself for a cause he's not sure he believes in.a Rafflecopter giveaway
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