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Wednesday, February 27, 2013
12:00 AM | Posted by Tara
Oh dear. Looks like Charlotte is making waves...
He was young, perhaps as young as her. “I need to speak with General Bolivar,” she stated clearly.
“General Bolivar does not see anyone.”
“Fine. Then take me to your commander.” She threatened him with her scowl.
He retreated slightly. “I am afraid I cannot allow you in the vicinity.”
Stubborn. She sat momentarily, pondering. Suddenly the perfect solution came to her. “Then take me as a prisoner.”
“You heard me. I am a spy. Take me as a prisoner!”
The soldier lifted his rifle and pointed it at the carriage, the barrel just shy of her chest.
She watched as the young soldier yelled, though she couldn’t make out his words over the thrumming of her own heart.Within moments, a barrage of weapons was pointed around her carriage. She couldn’t breathe.
Lisa A. Adams writes from a little plot of country, tucked away in the North Carolina Sandhills. Having been an avid reader and a history major in college, writing historical fiction seemed to be the next step for her to try. When she’s not writing, Lisa can be found in her sewing room or watching The History Channel and jotting down notes for her next writings. Hundreds of stories have been sketched out and are simply awaiting their place in line. When asked about her family, Lisa will be the first to tell you that they have been the backbone of not only her writing career, but anything she chooses to pursue as well. She has been married to her husband for ten years and has five wonderful children, a lovable mop dog, and two very spoiled cats.