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About Kate Morris
Kate lives on a small farm in Ohio with her ex-Army husband where she tends a shabby garden, enjoys her horses and spends down-time target shooting with her peeps. She is a huge supporter of the U.S. Armed Forces and encourages her fans to check out Ranger Up.com and Wounded Warrior.com. She also loves hearing from her fans on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/themcclaneapocalypse?ref=hl.
Author website for tidbits from the books, author blog, previews of future books and recipes from the trilogy live now at katemorrisauthor.com.
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Making new friends and allies is tricky during a pandemic apocalypse when not everyone is trustworthy. Some of them are already familiar with such trust issues.
Procuring supplies for their ever-growing and evolving base is dangerous but a risk that has to be taken and often. Traitors and enemies within and without their group will cause even more strife and hardship on the survivors.
Surviving the virus will prove the least of their problems as a new threat in the area presents itself. As relationships deepen and their bonds grow within their group, they also face just as many outside threats that could take everything from them.
Find out what happens next in Book Six of Apokalypsis!
The family’s own humanity is tested as they aid those less fortunate from lawless hordes that are raping, robbing and murdering anyone who gets in their way. Just when Kelly’s demons seem to be quieting, a new threat ascends the farm, one that he can’t simply frighten off with suppressive fire.
The tough-as nails Army Rangers living on the farm will do whatever it takes to keep this family safe and hold onto the McClane compound at any cost. Fraught with human emotion, complex relationships, and the continued fight for survival, book two takes the reader on a thrill ride that doesn’t let up- not even after the last page has been turned.
Look for the final installment The McClane Apocalypse, Book Three out fall 2014.
The family will face a new threat in the area that is wiping out innocent people near their farm, and some will be put in perilous situations. Cory and Paige will need to confront a difficult decision of their own, but can she let go of her fears to do so?
Sam has given up all hope that Simon will come to his senses, but has he given up on her and is he willing to let her go so easily?
And a fight for survival none of them saw coming will knock on their door. Can the family survive their toughest adversary yet?
And while the manhunt continues, Simon, who has finally reconciled his feelings for Sam, must find a way to win her over after the pain he has caused her fragile heart for rejecting her. However, it proves more difficult than he anticipates as she has made a promise to herself to close Simon out of her life forever. Little does she know, Simon has finally come into his own and is up for the challenge.
When the story concludes, the McClane family will be put to the biggest test of their lives since the fall, and they are faced with drastic changes to their family dynamic when General McClane calls them to a meeting at Fort Knox to discuss their fates. And all Herb wants to do is hold his family together, keep them safe, and protect them. But at what cost will that come?
Once again, the McClane family comes up against conflict and hardship in book five of the series. They will take on an unforeseen threat, welcome new people into their small town and discover potential betrayals within the community. Important new alliances are made, which will aid in securing and defending the family and their expanding town. Relationships are deepened while others are severed. And Reagan’s courage will be tested as she must face her most difficult adversary yet.
Avery Andersson led a charmed life, even if she had seven siblings, still lived at home, had no love life (or much of a life at all), and was a homeschool kid growing up. She loved her simple life, though, and her parents, who were as devoted to their children as they were each other. As she bears witness to some strange occurrences all happening within the span of a few weeks, Avery begins to question everything she knew and how it was all changing so quickly. Meeting a dark and brooding soldier who saves her life only adds to the confusion she is spiraling into.
The sexy-cute blonde from the bar, the same one he’d saved from possibly being murdered by some random creep, was a homeschooled nerd from a family full of odd siblings and equally strange parents? And her mother was the therapist he was being forced by the Army to see at least once a week. Great. Combine that with her obvious distaste for him and clear disgust by his tattoos and Tristan knew enough to stay away from Avery Andersson for good.
However, their lives are about to intersect again and again as one tragedy after the other forces Tristan and Avery together in order to survive. As events escalate, the country begins to collapse and the night crawlers multiply by the hour, they will learn that fighting this out and sticking together is going to be their only answer.
The arrival of Robert McClane’s doctors and scientists will significantly improve their chances of finding a cure for the Scarlet Fever ravaging the children of their village, but with more people comes significant complications that could potentially upset the balance of the family.
And the conflict between Cory and his best friend lingers as he tries to find a way to help Simon learn to forgive him and resolve their issues. Except for the only problem Simon has isn’t just Cory. His own struggles to win back Sam and convince her to return to the farm is the most difficult task he’s faced yet. It leaves some of them wondering if harmony will ever visit their farm again.
Her life was simply about getting through each awful day of high school without being bullied or picked on. Jane Livingston had a full life, just not one that included friends, boyfriends, school clubs, sports, dating, or anything else the typical teenager experienced. She kept her head down, avoided people, tried to make it out of the war zone (the high school hallways) without any new battle scars.
His life was status, cute girls, cool cars and being the guy everyone else wanted to be at his high school. But there was more to Roman Lockwood than met the eye. He led a miserable existence until he realized the shy, picked-on poor girl he’d known for four years was a lot more than she appeared to be at first glance. There was more to Jane Livingston than met the eye, too.Unfortunately, Roman and Jane’s lives were about to intersect in a way neither would’ve guessed.
Life was delicate, and they’d realize just how much so as their worlds changed from one day being typical high school students to the next when they were merely trying to survive the end of the world together, the end of normalcy, the end of humanity, the end of life itself, when it became: Apokalypsis.
The teenagers are no longer kids but working, contributing adults who run patrols, hunt, fish and forage for supplies from neighboring towns for the betterment of the group. Making those trips sometimes comes at a price, however, and eventually even the ultimate one. When tragedy strikes and one of their own leaves the farm for good, how will they continue on?
And in this next chapter of the family saga, a radio message may just put a wrench in their plans and ruin all hopes of maintaining a peaceful existence on their hidden sanctuary.