FEVER DREAM Update

FEVER DREAM Update

The new book is out in just eight days, and I’ve got (almost) all the pre-order links up.  Whether you read your ebooks on a Kindle, Nook, iPad or anything else, I’ve got you covered.  You can pre-order it on:

FeverDreamV2Amazon (Kindle or Paperback)

Smashwords

Barnes & Noble (Nook or Paperback)

Apple iBookstore

Kobo

And you can buy the paperback right now on:

Amazon

Barnes & Noble

 

 

 

 

And here’s another small sneak peek at an excerpt from the book:

We arrive home at eleven o’clock to a full house.  All the kids are home, as well as my parents and not one, but two West Point cadets.  There’s Will Harper, who’s only been out to see us a few times this year with his increasingly hectic schedule as he gets closer to graduation; and there’s Allison Keating, the new first-year cadet we’re also sponsoring.  We didn’t specify male or female, or anything else – we got Allison through the luck of the draw.

She’s shorter than I am, and, honestly, she looks as though she’ll blow away in a heavy wind.  She’s tough, though, and a lot stronger than she appears at first glance.  We found that out the first time she came out to the house, when she beat Brian in a game of one-on-one basketball despite giving up over a foot in height.  On her next visit, Lizzie and I made the mistake of going out on a run with her.  It took me a week to recover.  Since then, she’s been my fitness coach, which has not been any fun at all.

Allison is somewhat more relaxed than Will was when we first met him, but that’s a relative thing – she still works incredibly hard, and she follows just about every rule in the very long book.  But I can still see a difference, and I’m guessing it’s because her brother graduated from West Point five years ago.  She knew what to expect before she ever set foot on campus, while Will had to learn everything for himself.

Both our cadets are at the kitchen table, no doubt on their second or third helping of breakfast.  That sounds like a pretty good idea right now, actually.  “Good morning,” I say.  “Don’t get up.  Finish eating.  And I’m telling you right now, you can forget about our training session for today, Allison.”  I don’t add that I got plenty of exercise last night, but the rumpled state of my dress probably says it for me.

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