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THE BOY WITH WORDS, by C.E.Wilson
White Frost has only known the darkness.
Everything outside of her closed society is The Unknown – a strange and dangerous place accessible to only a chosen few. White’s only glimpse of the world beyond comes from her beloved cousin in the form of mysterious collections of words that hint at astonishing wonders. When an accident upends her simple existence, she’s given an unlikely chance to see the truth for herself.
What she finds is greater and more terrible than she could have imagined, and before long she is forced to make the most important choice of her life: does she accept her safe, limited world that she’s known or take a desperate gamble in a world not meant for her with the Boy with Words?
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Blood on the curtains.
I tried to find my footing. “Is he alright?”
Fresh looked over my head and I pounded him hard several times on the chest. Groups of people started to turn in our direction, but I couldn't think about them. All I could think about was the blood on the curtain, and the massive man holding steady as I continued to hit him.
“Is he alright?” I shouted. “Tell me! Is my cousin alright?”
“Calm down.” Fresh wrapped two larger hands around my own and I was no longer able to strike him. “Your cousin... Shade Frost...”
“As you have heard, there was an attack.” Fresh continued slowly and methodically, almost as though he enjoyed my pain. “We cannot tell for sure what the aggressor was, but it was something that has not been encountered before.” He shook his head. “We are told it is the color of fire and attacked the group as they brought back the body of Ms. Lincoln.”
“The body?” I croaked.
He nodded. “They were trying to bring the woman back for her family's sake. Your cousin was guarding the rear of the group. As I am sure you are aware, the tail-man is the most dangerous and vulnerable position. Being the tail-man is a risk and it is unfortunate your cousin was selected to take that position. It is randomly decided—”
“Is he alive or not?” The words flew from my trembling lips before I had a chance to stop them. I wanted to know, but by humoring Fresh for a little while longer I could pretend what I knew in my heart hadn't actually happened. Ignorance could have kept my hopes alive for a little while longer, but I was a fool and sought answers as quickly as possible. I supposed my thirst for knowledge had finally backfired. “Is he alive or not?” I tried. My voice shook. I already knew.
“I am sorry, Ms. Frost.”
About the Author:
C.E. Wilson is a Secondary English Education graduate from Millersville University of Pennsylvania currently living in Pittsburgh with her husband, daughter, chubby beagle and two cats.
C.E. published her first book in 2012 entitled Oath of Servitude and hasn't looked back since. Her favorite genres to tackle are Young and Clean New Adult with a supernatural element... though she generally steers clear of vampires and werewolves. For now.
When C.E. isn't writing or spending time with her family, she enjoys watching Supernatural, reading shoujo manga and shopping for leggings. She enjoys autumn, all things pumpkin, 90s music, and coffee with way too much cream.
Connect with C.E. Wilson at: http://cewilsonauthor.com/