From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Song of Teeth, Children of Time, Chains of Darkness, Season of Love, Friend Zone, The Magaram Legends, The Night Sculptor Series, Requiem for a Dream, and now, Blood Waters...
HE IS MORE THAN HE CAN REMEMBER—AND MORE THAN SHE CAN EVER IMAGINE IN THE SURFACE OF THE SACRED WATER LIES THE TRUTH
The hints that Tomas is more than meets the eye are becoming more and more obvious, but there is nothing that Mila can do about it.
A research team has come to their B&B for the sole purpose of researching the sacred cenotes of the Yucatan peninsula where tributes were once sacrificed to gain the blessing of the gods, and Mila and Tomas have been drafted along as helpers. But as they go deeper into the jungle, Tomas begins to see familiar surroundings and his memories begin to return, revealing a strange and twisted life. And finally, his death as a human sacrifice. But why him?
Before they can uncover more, they are ambushed by the very same tribe that tried to drown him, and taken them prisoner. They are taken to the priest to await their fate....
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EXCERPT “Tomás,” Mila whispered. She crept over to his hammock, where she could see him brooding about something. “Tomás.”
He looked at her, his eyes liquid pools of light in the night.
“You must help out more, Tomás,” she said.
“I remember more,” he whispered. “I was pure.”
“What do you mean, Tomás?” Mila asked, almost crying with frustration. “You don’t help us, you’re not making any sense—”
“I was ready,” he said. “I was trained—trained to drown, to accept the pain, to let the water inside me. I was pure. And yet—” He stopped.
In the darkness, she felt his hand on hers. “Tomás, you must stop this,” Mila pleaded. “We can talk about this when we get back.”
“It doesn’t make sense,” he said. His grip on her hand tightened. He wasn’t listening to her. He was caught up in his memory again, the memory he once tried so hard to find and was now trying to escape. “I was beaten almost every day, starved to the point of madness. And yet, they wouldn’t kill me. I had to be drowned but the snakes… they were there, they wouldn’t let me…”
“You’re not making any sense, Tomás,” Mila said. “Please, stop.”
“I’m not making sense because nothing makes sense,” Tomás said, rolling up to a sitting position. “Oh, Mila, I’m sorry. I don’t mean to scare you. But there were snakes in the cenote and they released me, and pulled me—”
“It didn’t happen like that,” Mila hissed.
“But it did,” Tomás said. “Just like in Cancún.”
Next in the Series:
1. The Boy From the Sea
3. The God of the Sky Serpents
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