A Little Taste of Hindsight
So you’re getting excited for the new flight with Aeron and her friends, yes?
As always when I build up to the release of a book, I give sneak peaks of what’s inside. I know Hindsight is keeping you all waiting and I’m as excited as you are. So, here’s the opening few lines from our Little Missourian
By Jody Klaire
First Chapter Excerpt
© 2016 JODY KLAIRE
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Life is a journey.
Searching for something or someone can reveal to you how much they mean: A treasured item like my violin or a cherished friend; Maybe even your favorite set of sneakers.
Some things and folk fill your heart.
The list of folks I cared about was growing. The cool thing about love is that it keeps building. The more I put it out there, the more I got back. Maybe not in the same way I always wanted but just the giving of it felt pretty good.
I’ve been through a lot on my journey so far; at sixteen I was locked up for a crime I didn’t commit in a mental institution. I was there over a decade. Somebody, who I ain’t even gonna waste time thinking about, targeted young girls and I’d had to prove I was innocent all over again.
You’d think that would have bought me some peace and quiet, huh?
I’d been forced to join the Criminal Investigations Group—long story— and during training, I’d taken on a madman in a snowy town in Colorado; On my first assignment, I’d helped my team break out a whole academy of kids from a slave school, and so I figured I was due a vacation…