An excerpt from Belonging By Catherine Kos:
I’m turning back to Lia, when a piece of metal catches my eyes. My eyes widen.
“Lia,” I say quietly.
Out of the corner of my eye, I can see her look at me.
The metal is a long, thin, rounded shaft that connects to the butt of the gun, which is in the hands of a man. He stands at about five and a half feet tall, in his late fifties, with a camo hat on, and a matching vest. He lifts his head from the eyepiece on top of the gun, and his eyes meet mine. He makes a shushing motion, before looking back at Lia.
“Lia, run,” I yell-whisper.
*You never know when a long walk in the forest can turn bad. To find out what happens to Lia, please check out my novel Belonging. Samples are available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords.com. Happy Hunting!*