I'm ready for more pain.
I'll pass along the misery...
New query in Post #8
The fight for freedom isn’t gender neutral.
TV talk show host Sierra Nicole retrieves the ringing phone from her purse and scoffs when the caller claims the president is corrupt.
Though she’s a staunch supporter of President Kimber, the caller manages to intrigue Sierra. At the last minute, she decides to meet him and see his so-called evidence. Instead, she witnesses his murder and begins to question her loyalty to the president. When men threaten to harm her family unless she keeps quiet about what she may have been told, fear replaces doubt. But she can’t toss out blind accusations or endanger her loved ones without evidence.
The caller’s predictions become reality, and Sierra is torn between guilt and gratitude. She was able to prepare, but she knows her cowardly decision not to share the warning will cause millions to suffer. To appease her guilt, Sierra makes it her mission to protect and provide for her family and neighbors and vows to stop the president.
Her tasks become a deadly game: one that could cost her freedom — or possibly her life.
THE PATRIOT’S WARNING, fiction – suspense, is complete at 98,000 words.