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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

tempers flare and lines are drawn - Recombined (Irrevocable, #3) by Samantha Jacobey


Bailey and Caleb fled civilization in light of impending disaster. Fighting to make their way south, they struggled to rejoin their survivalist friends and relatives. After facing crowds hell-bent on securing supplies… After getting the better of a marauding band of misfits…


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Published: September 1st, 2015

Can mankind survive an apocalypse of his own making?

Bailey and Caleb fled civilization in light of impending disaster. Fighting to make their way south, they struggled to rejoin their survivalist friends and relatives. After facing crowds hell-bent on securing supplies… After getting the better of a marauding band of misfits… The couple arrive back at The Ranch, only to discover the place is deserted. Soon, a lone survivor emerges, explaining the group’s mysterious disappearance and the dangers they face in the ransacked hideaway.

Joining forces, the trio sets to work, restoring order to their desert oasis. Making repairs, as well as plans, they are soon joined by a few who had made a daring escape. Refusing to leave the others behind, tempers flare and lines are drawn, while the young couple struggles to define their relationship. In a desperate attempt to rescue the remainder of their comrades, the group moves into their bunker, prepared to hang on until the bitter end. Will they succeed in saving Bailey’s brothers, as well as the rest of their comrades? Or will the renegade town of Pouty put an end to Lawson once and for all... 

EXCERPT

Shooting up from her perch on the edge of a chair, the girl’s mother shrieked, “You can’t be serious! Jen is barely eighteen and that man is over thirty! You already forced one of my girls to marry one of them, surely you don’t intend to take both...”

“Well, we don’ got a lot o’ options here, now do we. He’s asked, an’ I gave my permission,” he cut the woman an icy glare, daring her to challenge his authority, “There’ll be a weddin’ soon enough, an I expect my boy’ll be announcing their intent as well.”

About the author:
Samantha Jacobey is a middle aged woman who earned a BS in Business Management and has worked in half a dozen fields. With a relentless zest for life, she enjoys action and adventure, as well as all the love and romance it has to offer. Creating stories in her mind for many years, she has put some of them into print for the world to share, and hopes you will enjoy reading them as much as she did creating them. What drives her most is the love of a good story and is confident you will enjoy her latest creation.

3 comments:

2kmats said...

Thank you so much for your support of Samantha. :)

DUCKYDI said...

Thanks for the post - great series!

Samantha Jacobey said...

ty for the post!!!