Something evil is stalking the streets of Baltimore, our only hope is the new Keeper of the Tether – Sarah Taylor. The only problem, she doesn’t want it and her only guide to this new world she has stumbled into is CT, the Grandson of the original Keeper, who really wants the Tether back with his family and Sarah is quite happy to give it back – if the Tether actually lets her remove it.
If that wasn’t a problem enough; Sarah and CT find themselves being hunted by a Demon, a Psychotic Killer and a Shadowy Society; all wanting the power of the Tether for their own nefarious plans. At least Sarah can summon an Angelic Guardian for protection, if she can only figure out how to make that happen and use the power locked in the Tether to help her.
Watch the shadows as the battle for our reality is only just beginning… Set against the real backdrop of Baltimore city this urban paranormal action adventure by Nick Davis & Katrina Roets – follows Sarah through a helter-skelter, one night journey into a reality that is disturbingly familiar, but has an unnatural evil stalking its shadows.
The Tether Saga Begins – February 21, 2017
Coming To Print On Amazon & On The Kindle
About The Authors
Nick Davis is an Englishman currently living on the East Coast of the USA not too far removed from Charm City (aka Baltimore). He is a former White Dwarf feature writer, now freelance content creator and fully employed Web Designer. He is married to a very patient Irish American lady and has four children. When Nick is not working, running errands, playing with his kids or burrowing through an ever growing list of ongoing house ‘projects’. He can be found plodding away on a keyboard exploring the worlds of his imagination that takes our reality and twists it around just a couple of degrees…
Katrina Roets has spent her entire life dreaming of writing something that people might read. When she wasn’t busy dreaming, she was spending her time raising two amazing boys as a single mom. Now that they’re nearly grown, this Michigan grown girl is reclaiming herself and finding her words again. You know, in between running them everywhere, helping them with homework, teaching them life skills, and all that good mom stuff.