Chris and Lexi Denton led what they considered a normal life, filled with the usual trials and errors that go along with the day-to-day living for any young, newlywed couple.
Lexi worked as a dance instructor at a local studio, and Chris was a successful broker at a firm in downtown Miami, Florida.
But when Chris gets caught up with a crime boss who utilizes Chris's talent for numbers to cover up deadly secrets, Chris and Lexi soon discover much more than just Carlos Mandini’s dark secrets, they discover their own. So well hidden and buried; so deeply dormant that even they are not suspect to the horrifying truth.
Chris and Lexi Denton are not who they believe they are.
As they run for their lives from Mandini and his 'organization', who they are and what they are capable of begins to surface. Their past first comes to haunt them from the tattered memories that the government thought they had wiped out; the very government that created them. The laboratories known to them only as the Lz Project become clearer in their minds and with each passing day. They begin to understand that what they are capable of goes beyond any military training or branch of service.
Now locked in a struggle for their right to even exist, they soon find themselves combating others like them---enhanced government projects created since birth to only supplement and aid other projects; to create an army of super-soldiers, capable of incredible feats of physical strength and skill. But those in charge have not factored in the most important lesson Chris and Lexi have learned on their own...
Love supersedes science.
Culminating in an explosive ending that will leave the reader breathless, the two take the road never traveled to seek out what they know ultimately must be done---to assure the Lz Project is not only destroyed, but can never be reactivated...
Even if they must sacrifice themselves to that end.
Laura Ranger is a natural storyteller. She has been turning all of life into stories since she was very young. This mother of one, grandmother of three began actually writing her fictitious stories down to the delight of her friends and family. She’s been writing her tales for over twenty years. She became a published author when she put one of her short stories in a Christmas anthology in support of feeding children around the world, entitled Eight ‘Til Christmas. Once she saw one of her stories in print, she will tell you she can’t stop.
In addition to co-authoring Rogue, she has a novel called Lessons, which is almost complete. She envisions parents reading with their children. Laura discovered while writing the book, the lessons throughout the story speak to both children and adults. Additionally, she has contracted her novel Deception with Mélange Books, LLC to be released next year. She is currently writing a novel on good versus evil called Royalty, and new stories coming to her all the time.
Laura will tell you, “God blessed me with a natural gift of storytelling; it is up to me to use that gift to the best of my ability.”
Steve Soderquist started writing a story when he was seventeen. He left that to become a successful musician, spending many years on the road with numerous bands. He came off the road for a ‘normal life,’ but found the writing bug hadn’t left him.
He wrote a novella One for the Road and knew he had to keep going. There was so much he felt compelled to put on paper. Steve went on to pen the horror novel Farm House. When it was complete and those blessed two words ‘THE END’ were put down, he knew he’d come full circle, finding his calling.
Steve’s always been an avid reader with an eclectic mix of favorite authors: Stephen King, V.C. Andrews, Jules Verne, J.R.R. Tolkien, James Clavell...so many. It’s his belief not reading only one genre has enriched him as an author.
Now, as a full-time published author, Steve’s not through with some of the characters he introduced in his first two books. Last year he released another novella called Seeds and has numerous other books in various stages of completion. Although he is a master at horror/thriller, he will tell you he doesn’t write genres, he writes books.