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Review: Captives by Jill Williamson - The Story Sanctuary
We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. Please review your cart. I won't. And from what I gather from the books Levi brought me, and from my observations here in Glenrock, marriage is difficult enough when the pair have strong affections for one another. I don't want a future of misery for myself or for Mia. This marriage will mend the hole in their family.
Captives (#01 in The Safe Lands Series)
They'll have a man in their home again. He stared at her. He values strength. Show your strength by making this work. Mason pushed out the front door into the afternoon heat and crossed the porch in three steps. He jumped off the side and kept moving, the wild grass and flowers tickling his bare feet.
Grazer's claws scraped over the plank porch as the dog chased after him and was soon bounding alongside. The dog panted and squinted his eyes, in no apparent hurry to lend assistance. Mason swallowed the tightness in his throat. Glenrock consisted of a dozen log homes scattered in a forest of pine around the village square's clearing. Their house faced the entrance road that ended at a roundabout in front of the square and meeting hall.
On the distant road, Father was a mere puff of dust as he headed up the mountain trail to meet Elsu. Mason strode toward the hall, his gaze sweeping over the village, searching for the Old Colorado State Patrol hat his little brother, Omar, always wore.
The sun lit the square and illuminated billions of dust motes. This was the time of day when everyone tried to remain indoors to keep cool, and Mason saw no one else besides his older brother Levi and Levi's friend Jordan. Both were sitting on their ATVs, which were parked in front of an elevated plank stage. Levi and Jemma's engagement celebration would happen tonight on this stage, and members of the village would sit on the long, split log benches that surrounded the area and cheer the future union.
He walked toward the stone fire pit at the center of the square and soon was close enough that he could hear Levi and Jordan mumbling. Mason wasn't surprised they didn't acknowledge him. Typical behavior for the heir to the patriarchy of Glenrock and his loyal adherent. With a long breath, Mason entered the meeting hall, which was easily ten degrees cooler than outside.
Jemma, Jordan's sister and Levi's intended, was decorating tables with wildflowers. Some of the younger boys were playing a scavenged Old video game on the television in the far corner.
No sign of Omar. Looking for Omar. But if Mason had answered truthfully, Jemma would insist on more information. And Mason had no time for Jemma's compassion today.