Sunday, March 2, 2014

Book Excerpt: Wunder by A R Von

Book Excerpt: Wunder by A. R. Von


About Wunder Series Volume One

SPECIAL EXTENDED EDITION *Includes Bonus Material*
Wunder isn’t your average girl in fact—she isn’t even an average human. In a world ravaged by Zombies, she was born amidst the chaos. She may have a normal life now…well as normal as a freak of nature could have. Part zombie while her job is to hunt bloodthirsty creatures to protect the innocent. It’s the dreams that haunt her and they aren’t nightmares. Wunder dreams of a man, a man made just for her. Is he real, can he be the one she‘s yearned for?
Wunder’s life has been far from perfect so far, secretly being part Zombie in a world devastated by the plague of the walking dead. Still, she knew there was something special awaiting her, someone out there who could change everything and she did find him. Pete is everything she dreamed of and more as she discovers passion and fulfillment for the first time in her life.
Pete has his own secrets to tell. His world is a lonely one as he wrestles with the reality of being part zombie. His hatred for the creatures that killed his parents drives him to patrol the streets and wipe them all out. His life would be stark, but for the dreams he’s been having; of a woman, so sensuous, so sexy. These alluring visions have become erotic and consuming. He feels as if he made her up to keep from going crazy. Is this life of hunting the walking dead, all there is? Or is she out there waiting—just for him?
Now—with the reunion; Wunder’s life turns into a journey of discoveries. Secrets from the past come full circle and her world is changed forever. In the coming chaos, can she keep her new found happiness and the man of her dreams?
(18+ only this edition contains the Wunder Prequel though book 2)

About A.R. Von

A.R. was born and raised in Bronx, NY and is the oldest daughter of two girls. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science and Information Technology, which was only briefly used. She’s a mother of two entertaining teen boys (as well as a lovely fawn Chihuahua, whom she considers her furry daughter.) She’s also a wife to a delightfully handsome and amazingly funny man-beast. She loves anything dragon and fantasy related. In her free time she enjoys exercising, listening to music, hiking, cooking, dancing and writing. She also loves a great adventure in and out of a book!
She writes to free her mind of its constant wondering and clutter. She thrives on the fact she can share some of it with readers that have the same passion for a great story.
Excerpt taken from Wunder Series Vol One
Twenty five years ago, the spread of the virus was out of
control. My parents were just trying to survive, and keep their unborn child
safe. It was a dark time for the world—for my parents. I’ve heard the stories
from some who escaped being infected. I’ve heard many things about that time in
history, when everything went to hell. These people remained normal though, they
were average human beings. As for me, I’ve never known what it was like to be
fully human—I was born a quarter zombie. My parents were what you would call
bad- asses, they’d survived the infection and the swarms of biters for a long
time, because they did what they had to do. They weren’t scared of the blood and
the gore—they did what was needed to survive.
All was going as well as could be expected, considering the chaos happening in
the world, with the desperate search for food and drinkable water. Every day was
a quest to live, and to keep from being a meal—yourself. One day, my parents
were out looking for supplies and were attacked by a hoard of the infected. It
was a close call for them, being overpowered by an abundance of vile, blood
hungry zombies, who basically ambushed them. My father used a hatchet, combined
with a few other weapons, concealed on his body to behead and permanently
destroy everything in his path. Eight months pregnant, my mother carried light
weight guns and plenty of ammo on her person. She was taught by her husband to
aim and shoot—with no hesitation. Both of them took down zombie, after nasty
zombie while holding their position, back to back to one another. They didn’t
see the one slimy fucker on its belly, crawling its way toward their right side.
It bit my mother on her ankle. Screaming in pain and terror, she kicked the
bastard in the face, while still shooting others down.
My father swiftly pointed his 9mm at the scum’s head, turning its brains to
permanent sauce. They both finished off the rest of the obnoxious pests, before
running as fast as possible toward the safety of their house. Once back home, my
father was a frantic mess. Although, my mother continued to tell him she felt
fine, he feared help would be too late.
The virus takes three days to run its course. This was a fact he knew. One can
be saved, if the infected part is amputated within 30 minutes of being bitten.
The zombie had bitten her two hours before, which meant it was already too late
to even try.
My mother kept begging for my father to save the baby and kill her—to spare her
from becoming one of them.

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