RaeAnne Hadley aka R.A. Lingenfelter (Lingenfelter is her maiden name) has always been interested in the afterlife and the true purpose of life. Her ability to sense those who have passed, she finally embraced the ability and began learning to communicate with the afterlife. Writing helps process what’s been seen and experienced. Using her maiden name, she’s allowed her muse to tap into the depths of her imagination to write her paranormal tales.
RaeAnne started her life’s career as an automotive mechanic. She was fired from a repair facility for taking maternity leave and being sleep-deprived began plotting ways to take out her boss, via a car accident. Her father read her notes and mentioned it would be an incredible story, so she began writing her fictional tale instead of taking it out on her boss and spending her future in prison. She will always be grateful for her father, and her asshole boss, for opening up an incredible career opportunity!
A Deadly Game Where Humans Are The Pawns…
Prom, dances, boyfriends. Seventeen-year-old Willow holds tight to her imagination; the one thing Dominion can’t control. She replays the stories her mom and dad have told her about freedom and America before the Dominion took over. Her parent’s faction, The Crows, are still in the free zones; gathering and waiting. Willow hopes that once her family escapes, her free life will begin.
But once in the free zone, Willow realizes her life will never be what she had imagined. Premonitions of her faction being destroyed flood her dreams and she fights to prove that she’s not the spy others believe her to be. As the Dominion draw closer, will Willow succeed in convincing her faction that they are in danger or will they all perish?
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