The girl shook her head in defiance. “I don’t know who you think I am, but this is all wrong. I don’t belong here. I’m human, not a mole. The best mate for a mole is another mole. Please just let me go.”
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“You!” A shrill voice hissed as Cybele spun around to flee. The girl jumped back, startled at the sight of a hooded figure standing before her. The person laughed as they uncovered their head. “So, the little bird has escaped her gilded cage after all. How dare you!”
Cybele thought her heart skipped a beat as she starred up at a very familiar face. “Gr-Grandmother.”
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Bianca wished that she wasn’t alone. Even though it was a dream, she still would have liked someone to talk to. She realized that she had to be careful what she wished for when an elderly woman approached from a cluster of trees in front of her.
“Would you like an apple, dear?”
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The quest is over and now the war for Zeus’s throne will begin in Night Rising the fourth Mantle of the Gods novel by Tricia Sparks. A major victory has been won, but one battle does not make a war. Sam Abrams and Annalynn Gallagher now stand at the edge of failure. With opposing forces converging on Zeus’s crown, and the efforts of the only deity who seems to share Sam and Anna’s goal foiled, one shadowy figure prepares to make her move while another begins to stir.
Haunted by the spirit of an ancient god, Detective Lance Roman returns to Los Angeles with the sword of war in hand, and Catharine Nichols at his side. Yet they have not left their struggles behind them. Still in danger of becoming a pawn in evil’s elaborate game, Catharine must rely on Lance. As a wielder of the war god’s mantle, Lance must make a choice in order to protect the woman he loves – a choice with far-reaching consequences.
One man’s need and another man’s ambition may speed the world into the hands of Chaos.
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In a world of the mundane, Alex Rosselle is more than the artist she seems to be. She is a hunter, someone who enforces the laws governing the preternatural. Now something monstrous is stalking the streets of Jacksonville, Florida, the city she calls home. Identity unknown, it leaves a swath of blood. Around each death, storms brew and objects of power vanish. As she searches for answers, on what is molesting her beloved city, Alex will encounter an old nemesis. Pick up a new ally or two and gain the interest of an ancient deity. The search will take her down the strangest of roads one where the snippet of a storied history may hold the key to the mystery. In the midst of the bloodshed, a race is on as a deadly force begins to bear down on them all. Something only one of them can stop – provided Alex doesn’t drown first as the city becomes a wash with blood and rain.
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It could sense the amulet.
The pull of it was like fine mead, the kind one expected to be served in Vahalla – the kind used to mask poison.
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“Alex,” he began with every sign of outward impatience. “Be reasonable. We are playing on the same team, after all.”
“Bull.” She curved her lips. “We were never on the same team. Now, be a good boy, and get out of my friend’s chair.”
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Cousins Becca Alexander and Kassie Madison were a pair of ordinary college students. Their whole lives were ahead of them and anything was possible until Becca vanished without a trace. Kassie, desperate to find her wayward cousin, lands in the middle of a bizarre web of mysteries. She receives aid from a mysterious benefactor in recovering Becca half way across the country, but his aid won’t come cheap. In payment, the pair will have to race across the country in search of answers while tracking strange phenomenon. Nothing is what it seems, and the answers they uncover will only lead to more frightening questions. Nothing they know can be trusted, maybe not even themselves. Look for Hidden Mystique, the urban fantasy serial by LJ Gastineau, at JukePopSerials.com
Kassie winced at the mess of half eaten food containers, dirty laundry, and other unidentifiable items strewn across the tiny room. The walls were a hideous mustard yellow color and what little she could see of the carpet, she hoped had always been brown. Unsure of what to do with herself, but wanting to avoid touching anything in the room she stood beside Becca. She prayed that there would not be any unwelcomed life forms rushing out to greet them. “So, is there anything you can tell us about your disappearance? What do you remember?”
Lucas sat down on the edge of the bed. It sank a lot lower than expected considering that he was quite lean. “Not too much. I remember double-checking my class registration then nothing… Everything else is a blank. I don’t know how, but I lost almost a whole month. Do you have any idea how insane that is? It was August for crying out loud when my memories went poof! I went from sitting at my computer to standing in the middle of an alley. It just doesn’t make a lick of sense. What in the world happened to me?”
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CHAPTER 1-Rude Awakening
The room was dark. She could hear voices. Something shattered in the distance.
Startled, the three year old girl dashed out of bed. She really wanted her mommy and daddy, but wasn’t sure if she should make a sound. Her gut instinct told her to hide.
As silent as a rabbit evading a fox she scampered to her closet then ducked into the cabinet part of the old end table her daddy had put in there as a place to store her stuffed animals. At first glance, unless someone took a good look at it, they would not notice that the little table which held a stack of books on top could store things as well. Hopefully, whoever the strange voices belonged to wouldn’t think of such a possibility.
Squeezing her eyes shut, the little girl scrunched herself up as tiny as she could. The words ‘I’m not here,’ echoed in her head like a mantra.
A loud thud broke her free of her thoughts as her tiny sanctuary filled with a bright light. She screamed.
* * *
Kassie Madison groaned as her cousin thrashed around in her bed in their shared dorm room. Squinting through the sunlight bleeding in through the blinds, she sat up then grabbed the alarm clock. It read 7:07am. Knowing she wouldn’t be able to get back to sleep Kassie swung to the edge of the bed, dropping her feet on the floor. She growled as various puzzle pieces clung to her soles. Annoyed, she threw a pillow at the dark haired young woman lying a few feet away from her. “Becca!”
Becca Alexander awoke with a squeal. She shoved at her long tangled hair then blinked. “What? It’s morning already?”
“You were having another one of your dreams again.”
“Oh. I don’t remember it.” She stretched as the red head flopped back down on her bed. “Is something wrong?”
“You forgot to put away your damn jigsaw puzzles again. Why the hell are you so obsessed with them? You’re gonna lose pieces if you keep spreading them out all over the room!”
“Sorry,” Becca winced, lowering her gaze to the mess. “I’ll try to be more careful.”
Kassie sighed, pulling several pieces off the bottoms of her feet. A part of her felt guilty for grumbling at her cousin. Becca was practically her sister at this point. She could still remember the day that the petite dark haired girl came to live with her and her family. Becca was like a tiny mouse living with a gaggle of noisy geese. To say they were complete opposites would be an understatement. It was a wonder they hadn’t murdered each other yet. She supposed the University of North Carolina could have given her someone worse than an odd little mouse to room with.
The brunette climbed out of bed with a thoughtful expression on her face. “I think I want breakfast before heading to class. Do you?”
Typical Becca and her strange way of speaking. Kassie lifted her gaze to the waterscape calendar hanging over her desk where a bright blue marker had encircled a particular date. September 2nd. She frowned in disbelief. “Don’t you even remember what today is?”
Becca’s eyebrows knitted together in thought. “I don’t believe I have anything due today…”
“It’s your twenty-first birthday, and you forgot? What kind of college student are you?” Kassie threw her arms up in exasperation, wild curls flying around with the movement. “You’re legal now. You can drink!”
“I don’t see how that’s anything to get excited over.” Deep blue eyes stared curiously into sea green ones. “It’s just an age. Nothing special.”
Becca shrugged as she grabbed a shirt and a pair of jeans from the closet. “I’m not a party girl like you.”
“Have you ever been to a party?”
Kassie raised her eyebrows in surprise. “Really?”
Becca finished changing. “No one ever invited me. It’s not that big of a deal.”
“We need to get you out more…”
“That won’t be necessary. I’m happy the way I am.”
“Bec, you’re not living. You’re just existing in the world.” Kassie grinned as her cousin scowled at her. “I’m going to change that tonight! After all, tomorrow is Saturday. No classes!”
“We’re going to party hard and I refuse to take no for an answer. I’ll drag you out kicking and screaming if I have to!”
Becca shook her head. “But I don’t want to go.”
“Tough! You better get your puzzle fix taken care of early, chica.” The red head smirked at her bewildered cousin. “Tonight, your fate lies in my hands.”
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