If I Should Die
The Fellowship Dystopia, Book Two
Miranda shed her charmed life and became a rebel, then shed that life, too. Now she wants peace, but is she willing to pay the price?
It’s 1964, forty-five years after the Prophet preached his first sermon in a tent near Lynchburg, Virginia. Nearly thirty years after the Fellowship began acting as government consultants and almost three years since Miranda vowed to never kill again. She cruises America’s inland rivers under an alias and rescues fugitives from the unforgiving government while dreaming of peace.
Until the day she receives two requests:
Her estranged sister, the wife of the newly confirmed Prophet, offers her forgiveness and a chance for peace.
Her brother, a rebel soldier sworn to destroy the Fellowship, won’t survive and deliver vital information to the rebel leader without her help.
In a voyage against the current, she must make a choice. And no matter which choice she makes, it will cost her. Dearly.
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Lynette M. Burrows
Hi! I’m Lynette.
I am an author, blogger, creativity advocate, and Yorkie wrangler. I love writing thrilling stories about women whose strength, determination, and courageous choices lead them into fighting against the oppression of themselves and others. They’ll fight even when no one’s survival is certain.
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