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The battle is far from over.

Surviving each day is still a perilous struggle, and the farm may not be the safe haven Will Fontenot had hoped.

Will's homecoming to Calcasieu Parish is anything but welcoming as he comes face to face with the Blanchards, a local crime family who have taken over the town. But long-strained family ties are strengthened when Will's cousins come to the rescue.

A new community is formed as residents of Sugar Cove Road band together to protect their loved ones. As one thing leads to another, they become increasingly unable to secure their community against a much more powerful foe than the Blanchards.

With foreign fighters quickly approaching, a decision must be made: Flee with what they can carry - or stand and fight. They are outnumbered and ill-equipped for the battle that is again at their doorsteps.

The lives of everyone Will loves are on the line, and he'll do whatever it takes to protect them.

©2021 T.L. Payne (P)2021 Tantor

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Weak characters are annoying

I don’t care if they are weak from lack of food because it only seems to affect the two main related characters. Others don’t seem to be weak like he/she is when they are all eating the same food. I’m also not a fan of whiney kids (7 year old? Come on!) who screw things up for everyone while the adults ponder corporal punishment then pray for forgiveness their bad thoughts. The kid deserves a beating or at least a good talking to! Seriously annoying. I’m also not a fan of characters that make the same stupid mistakes over and over all while they are talking themselves down from misguided attempts to be brave because they aren’t. Just weak. Weak characters with no backbones don’t make for good PA heroes.