Meet Zane’s Little Sister

c3 cover smallThe hero of y1 comes from an odd family. Each member has an unusual skill they turn to when their lives, or the lives of their friends, are threatened. Meet Zane’s little sister Teddie. She’s nine years younger, only sixteen, and clearly the most Texan and least adventuresome of the group. She likes her country music and her old pick-up truck and she’s not sure how she let her best friend talk her into spending a semester abroad in Darjeeling India.

Teddie’s innocence quickly collides with an underworld in which young women are bartered and sold. As she fights to understand a depravity that she never dreamed existed, Teddie’s life takes a strange turn of its own as her mind insists on looking for her friends, with or without her body.  Teddie must summon up more courage than has ever been expected of her, and must open herself up to ideas so different that she struggles with their very concepts.

Zane, and the rest of the family, lend support as they can. In the end however, Teddie must decide on her own to take an incredible risk. Her friends’ safety and lives depend on it.

c3 is available now on kindle here. Look for it in paperback in a few months.

Also, check out the new blog for c3 here. It will feature fun tidbits about the book and information about giveaways, as well as posts about the struggles faced by real life young women the world over, and stories of the true heroes amongst them.

2 thoughts on “Meet Zane’s Little Sister

  1. I just noticed that the colors of your book jackets are in ascending chakra/rainbow order! Red, orange, yellow, green…. very nice. I am in awe of this family project of yours, the vision and the steady fulfillment with each story. I’ll be reading C3 in paperback unless I get a Kindle between now and then. I love them all, but my absolute favorite is Y2, Zane in the South Pacific. Press on, Sherrie!

    • Thanks Christi — I cheer you on as well! Yes, this story was always also about rainbows and chakras and wavelengths of light to me — although I am happy to be creating a gay pride flag while I am at it 🙂 — working on a blue cover for d4 now ….

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