Mar 22, 2015

*Cover Reveal* Savage by Jade C. Jamison

 
 
Kill or die...
 
From erotic romance author Jade C. Jamison comes a story about second chances and learning
let go and find oneself again.
 
Nina Hardwick has had a rough life since leaving high school, but inside she is still the girl
looking for a silver lining.  The past several years have left their toll on her psyche, and just as
she feels like she’s climbing out of a deep abyss, her life and the lives of millions of others fall
into shambles as a virus overtakes the country and leaves a plague of undead armies scouring the
land.
 
In a desperate attempt to get away from the infected, Nina and some neighbors speed out of
town, nearly killing a man on a motorcycle.  When they stop to rescue him, Nina realizes that he
is the one man from her past she never got over, the guy who should have been her high school
sweetheart until she messed it up.  But this unrequited love, Kevin Savage, says he doesn’t even
remember her.  Or does he?
 
Nina, Kevin, and her neighbors head to the wilderness and fight to survive not only the plague
but also hunger, cold, their inner demons…and even each other.  Will they survive and, more
importantly, will her heart?
 
 
 
All those thoughts were in my head, whether buried or at the forefront, as the tears began to
stream down my cheeks.  I hardly registered when Kevin pulled me into his chest and held me
tightly as I sobbed, letting it all go.
Once my crying jag was over, I marveled at the man holding me.  It wasn’t too long ago that he
had said he never knew what to do when someone was crying.  So I swiped at my face and nose
with my hand, realizing his coat had absorbed a lot of the teary evidence, and looked up at him. 
“You did just fine,” I said.
He started laughing.  “So did you.”
Then I laughed hard.  Between that and the tears, I was beginning to feel like a whole new
woman.  “No, I didn’t mean this,” I said, waving my hand toward my back, indicating the fully
dead bodies in the snow behind me.  My voice was softer when I said, “With me crying.  You
said you never knew what to do when someone started crying.”
“Oh.”  Kevin was a quiet man, speaking less now than he had when he was younger, but I
believed I had rendered him mute.
“What you did right there was perfect.”
 

 
Jade C. Jamison was born and raised in Colorado and has decided she likes it enough to stay forever. Jade's day job is teaching Creative Writing, but teaching doesn't stop her from doing a little writing herself. Unfortunately, there's no one genre that quite fits her writing. Her work has been labeled romance, erotica, suspense, and women's fiction, and the latter is probably the safest and closest description. But you'll see that her writing doesn't quite fit any of those genres.
You'll have to discover Jade's writing for yourself to decide if you like it.
 
 



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