Introducing a new e-book by author Emma Nelson entitled Top Secret!
“I enrolled at this high school under a false name, and when I say false name, you have no clue what would happen to me and my family if the school found out who and what I really am.”
When Hailey and her family are rescued from their planet by Earth astronauts, she has to figure out how much she is willing to disclose to the new government about her secret gifts, while at the same time adjusting to life as a normal American teen.
Eventually she discovers certain Pentagon officials have plans for her kind so she must step up to the plate or risk complete annihilation.
Author Emma Nelson invites all to read and review this science fiction / paranormal novella, and be sure to tell a friend!
Price – $1 (see excerpt below)
The novella is 124 pgs.
Enjoy the following excerpt from the e-book entitled Top Secret:
“Hi Sweetie. I thought I might find you here.”
I turned around at the sound of the islander accent and saw CIA Operative Harriet walking toward me, her smooth, brown skin glistening like gold in the sunlight.
I don’t trust her.
“Hi Harriet. I am so happy to see you,” I lie, running to her and hugging her so that she thinks I really care.
“Ah Sweetie I just wanted to stop by to see you,” Harriet said genuinely hugging me back. “How are you doing dear? Are you remembering anything yet?” Harriet leaned back and looked at my irritated eyes, not wasting any time. “And where are your contacts young lady?”
I look deep into Harriet’s eyes and smile at her showing all my 42 teeth. “I’m not remembering anything yet,” I lie again. “The contacts popped out – I guess my eyes are just too big.” I wait to hear what the black woman who has an answer for everything has to say.
Harriet stares into my large, royal, hypnotic eyes and feel herself weaken. She’d forgot to take her hyp-resist pill before coming.
Damn these Zonians. I know she remembers something or else she would not be able to do this! “Listen Hon. I’m not staying long because there’s a meeting I have to get to, but those contacts are not an option. It is of the utmost importance that you not draw attention to yourself and fit in with all the other teens.”
I knew Harriet meant exactly what she said, especially since she never visited without revealing the shiny, black handgun in her small purse.