Not every day the world collapses. Not many people can say they helped rebuild. Not many survived, but for those who did, we need something or someone to help us stand strong and tall. Sometimes even wounds can serve that purpose by healing much more than injuries.
|Publisher:||Leslie Lee Sanders|
|File size:||172 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
The author of several books of fiction and fiction with spice, I reside in Queen Creek, Arizona, with my husband and three daughters.
I'm known for writing erotic romance, mostly in the MM and MMF categories, and recently plunged into writing deep, dark romantic sci-fi with my post-apocalyptic and dystopian series, Refuge Inc.
I've self-published several works of fiction and erotic romance since 2005 and am currently published with Breathless Press and Xcite Books. I teach the art and craft of fiction writing to aspiring authors and indie authors here on my website and blog. www.leslieleesanders.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Heather Osborne for Readers' Favorite Wounded Beacon by Leslie Lee Sanders is a short novella that takes place on post-apocalyptic Earth. The people are forced to band together in small camps in order to survive. In one of these camps, a man named Luke escapes from the grasp of a bully leader, Santos. On his flight, he rescues three men who have been taken prisoner for speaking out against Santos and his friend. They flee through the forest, but two of the men want to return for their families. The third, a man named Aiden, remains to take care of Luke, who was temporarily blinded during the struggle with the other two. The pair of men pick their way to the ocean and an old lighthouse. While at the lighthouse, both reflect on their situation and Luke laments leaving the camp, having once been declared a good leader. A relationship develops between the men until they are discovered. Despite threats of death, they return and the inhabitants have to decide who they want to lead them into a better future. Miss Sanders tells a heart-warming tale of two men brought together by unlikely circumstances. Aiden brings love back into Luke’s hardened heart after the deaths of his partner and daughter. I really enjoyed reading this story. It was fast-paced and exciting. I was left wondering more than once whether or not Luke and Aiden would be caught by Santos and his band of hunters. I was glad in the end that Luke returned and was able to let go of his past. Wounded Beacon is a perfect read for anyone wanting a little bit of spice with their post-apocalyptic fiction.