Wind Warrior (World Aflame Book 1)
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**From Award Winning and Best Selling Author Jon Messenger**
THE EARTH GIVES WAY TO THE SEA,
THE SEA BOWS BEFORE THE WIND,
THE WIND FEEDS THE FLAME,
THE FLAME BURNS THE WORLD OF MAN DOWN TO THE EARTH.
The sleepy town of White Halls harbors a dangerous secret. On a picturesque street, two houses down from a lovely little park, in a quaint little home with a wraparound porch, lives a family that seems rather normal. Sure, their twenty-year-old son, Xander, still lives at home, but he’s going to college and dating the leader of the schools top sorority. It’s all very… normal. However, when a man is miraculously saved from being hit by a bus, Xander’s life turns in to the living embodiment of the tornadoes he can suddenly create with a flick of his wrist. Whether he wants this gift or not, Xander must learn to use his new ‘super power’ quickly if he wants to survive. For his kind is a dying race, and when this sleepy town has a sudden influx of new, blonde, fire wielders, no one is safe, especially Xander. It doesn’t help that one of these blondes happens to be the most beautiful girl he has ever seen. Xander can’t deny the instant connection he feels to her so, when she tries to kill him, it certainly makes things complicated.
response before he continued berating his father. “I could have been killed tonight all because you were too egocentric to bother to tell me the truth! You could have been training me to use my powers! You could have been helping me prepare before something like this happened!” “No, he couldn’t,” his grandfather said sadly. “He couldn’t because he’s not the Wind Warrior. I am.” Xander felt deflated. “You?” “It follows family lines but not every member of a family becomes one. It skipped your
his presence by the grumbling of all the other students behind them. “What a jerk,” Sean grumbled. “Yeah,” Xander replied. He watched the man reach the edge of the curb and step out into the street, despite the light still glaring an angry red “Don’t Walk” hand. Xander quickly glanced down the street and his eyes widened in surprise as he saw one of the city buses hurtling toward the intersection. “Watch out!” Xander yelled but the man didn’t hear him. The man stepped into the street,
beginning.” Xander shook his head. “You heard my dad. He won’t leave White Halls.” “I know, Xander. I don’t plan on taking him with us.” Xander would have stepped back in surprise if he hadn’t been bearing so much of his grandfather’s weight. “Just like that? You just want to leave them to face the Fire Caste alone?” “The Fire Warriors don’t care about your dad and mom. They’re normals, not part of the Wind Caste. It’s you and me that they want.” Xander looked over his shoulder and down the
many wind skills you’ve mastered.” Xander sighed but she shook her head unapologetically. “Again,” she demanded. He snuck away in between his lessons and slipped into the middle dome of the island. The dimly lit interior was cool compared to the sunbaked exterior. The marble outside reflected the bright sunlight, which left the exterior of the buildings hot but left the interiors comfortably cool. Xander paused in the entryway and let his eyes adjust to the dim light. As the room came into
Xander’s sorrow turned to a burning anger. He pushed away from the bench and wiped the threatening tears from his eyes with the back of his sleeve. “It’s a trap,” Thea said. “You know it is. There’s no possible way that a Fire Warrior defeats Bart so handily and then lets him live. He wants to draw you out.” “Let him try,” Xander said to the gathered warriors. His grandfather frowned. “I know you’re worried but Thea’s right.” He shook his head before Xander could reply. “But so are you. We