As promised, today I’m giving a sneak preview of DEADLY INTENT, which releases tomorrow. So without further ado, here is chapter 1 of DEADLY INTENT…
DEADLY INTENT CHAPTER 1
No, you can’t have him.” She clasped the boy closer, her arms tightening around her son. This wasn’t fair. She had so little. All she wanted was her child. She wouldn’t let him take her son.
The man looked down with what seemed to be compassion in his eyes, though she knew it wasn’t real. “Sorry, it has to be done. The sooner, the better.”His voice was soft, almost kind. “We can’t keep him any longer. He’s just too disruptive. It’s not going to work out.”
Mustering all her courage, she glared at the boy’s father. “No. I won’t let you take him. I’ll make him be good. Please, give me another chance. I’ll make him listen. He’ll be good. I promise.”
He shook his head. “It’s not your fault. Something’s wrong with him. He’s too much to handle.” His arms reached out and grabbed the boy. The child yelled and struggled to stay with his mother. His arms clung to her neck as she clutched him.
In spite of her best efforts, the man pulled her son from her grip. No words came from the boy, only a shrill keening sound—like that of a wounded animal.
She reached up and put her hands on each of his precious cheeks. He stopped screaming as her lips pressed against his for a moment. “Remember, I love you, baby. I love you. I’m so sorry.” Her heart broke as the boy’s father dragged him across the room. ‚Give him back to me.”
How much more could she bear?
The wordless screaming continued.
The father opened the door.
Heartbroken, she crumpled to the floor, unable to follow them.
The man closed the door without another word.
Too soon, her son’s screams faded. And then all she had was a memory.
So…what do you think? Deadly Intent releases tomorrow and so I’ll have announcement than about Amazon gift cards and a giveaway!
UNTIL NEXT TIME…GOD BLESS & GOOD READING!
Looking forward to the sequel ” Deadly Intentions!”
Got my copy first thing this morning. Have already started it and it’s not going to be easy to put it down I can already tell.
Thanks, Ann. Tomorrow!
I am ready for the rest of it.