Apokalypsis Book Two

Avery Anderson, homeschool girl with seven siblings and eccentric parents, led a charmed life. Until it fell apart.
Tristan Driscoll, sergeant in the Army and deep special ops soldier didn’t lead a charmed life, but he liked the one he led just fine until he was sent stateside for a mental health eval. These two characters lives are about to intersect as they struggle with others to survive. More

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About Kate Morris

Kate lives in Ohio on a small farm with "John" and is a huge advocate for the U.S. military and promotes the rights of gun owners everywhere.

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About the Series: Apokalypsis Book One
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.

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