I looked around the room trying to find an escape, but there was none. Even the door we had entered through had seemed to disappear into the stark white walls. I had betrayed Kythera and now I wasn’t sure what would happen to me. The hairs on the back of my neck stood up and my mouth went dry. I thought back to Mrs. Hamilton and her daughter… both dead because they had asked questions about Kythera. Then there was the red headed woman who Ms. Calais had turned out of her mansion because she had betrayed their organization. I was certain she was dead too. Now, I was surrounded by Kythera members who knew what I was trying to do. What would happen to me?
Hey everyone! It’s been a busy couple of weeks!
I enjoyed spending time in Kentucky at the Apple Festival! I got to meet a lot of great people and I’m so glad to hear that so many of you can’t wait to read the third book!
In fact, I’m hoping to have some information this week as to the release date for The Kingdom’s Revolt. You can check back here for updates or on my Facebook page.
In the mean time, I’m going to be posting some Kings of Charleston facts and/or sneak peeks of The Kingdom’s Revolt here and on the Facebook page.
I’m also getting ready for the Sweet Potato Festival. Hope to see you all there!