After the Earth suffers a natural catastrophe that has brought with it EMP-like devastation, Colton Rayner's family must fight to survive in an unfamiliar world. All modern means of communication have been lost and times are hard; there's no electricity, stores have been looted and abandoned, gas pumps don't work, and there's no way to buy food or call for medical help. The family finds they must rely on horses, wagons, and their own ingenuity and will to live.
The patriarch of this farm family, Harold Engquist, had tried to prepare his loved ones in advance with the skills and the provisions needed to endure hard times, but did he do enough? Will his food stores attract desperate people who are in search of food and clean water, or worse yet, the unwanted attention of the degenerate Claggit family?
Meanwhile, Abby, a lovely stranded stranger, unloads her two horses and leaves her truck and trailer on the highway to go in search of help. She happens upon the family's farm, which soon pits Colt and his cousin Tyler against each other as they vie for her attention.
This survival fiction / contemporary western / romance novel is sure to pull you in when you join this family as they try to adapt and look to the future.
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About the Author
Her thirst for knowledge keeps her reading and researching subjects that interest her. As her understanding of the subjects covered in "Superflare: The Fortunate Ones" grew, she felt compelled to write the book. She chose "survival fiction" as her genre and wrote in a style that submerges her readers into the story. She lets the characters tell the readers what's happening and about themselves.
Lisa and her husband John make their home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and enjoy time spent with their family, their cat and dog. They have two retired show horses she calls her "pasture ornaments." They live in the city, but she grew up on a sugarcane farm and often points out that she's a country girl at heart.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A well written story that makes you stop and think. This is something that very well could happen to us tomorrow! It is a refreshing read that has left me waiting anxiously for the second one!