Family... there are many stories featuring families...sisters, brothers, parents, children. Some of the families are good like The Waltons. They support each other and care. Other families are broken like Everybody Loves Raymond. But families don't have to be those born of blood. Sometimes families are ones you make.
Author Jules Adrienn has written an amazing tale of a strong woman, Ava who has formed a family of her own after the destruction of her town. Ava's family are the survivors from the destruction and while they may not all be related to her, they are as close as a real family. The Braves are tired of fighting and only want to find a new home. One where they can be safe but the evil they battled won't let them be.
AVA THE HUNTED is now available in ebook and print. It's an amazing story that will keep you on the edge of your seat as Ava battles the past and an unknown threat. Be sure to grab a copy for yourself and fall into this compelling book tonight!
When you’re hunted, you can either run. Or you can become the hunter.
Rebel teenage warrior Ava Phoenix is being hunted by her mortal enemy, Cort Pleasant. If captured, she’ll be dragged to Aragonia, tied to a stake, and burned. But all Ava wants to do is find a new home and live in peace.
Together with her boyfriend Beau and the Braves, she finds the perfect spot—the Oasis. It’s a veritable Garden of Eden. But as Ava and her Braves prepare to protect their new home, they discover there’s a terrifying reason the Oasis has been abandoned.
Among the ancient ruins something awakens. A virus that blurs the lines between enemies and friends. As it spreads it becomes clear that there are no friends or foes anymore—there are only the living and the infected. And unless enemies can work together, the living may not be around much longer. Welcome to the end of the world.
Ava the Hunted is the fierce heroine you need, along the lines of Katniss Everdeen, Yelena Belova, or Kate Bishop. Be sure to grab this action-packed story that will have you turning page after page as you gobble up the book.
Now looking out over the throne room and seeing Cort standing in front of his mother and the Aragonian council members, Ava had a realization. Cort had done awful things. He’d tried to hurt her and even kill her. But at this moment, it was possible he was trying to change. The next few minutes would tell. So she’d watch and listen—as her father once said—for the real truth. And she’d be open to changing her mind if, and only if, Cort showed that he wasn’t who she thought he was.
She lowered into a squat and settled in to see which Cort would appear.
The one who wanted her dead.
Or the one who wanted to help her save her friends and the Reserve.