The Shifted

The Shifted
Book One in the Emerson Fox Academy series
4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon

"I was held captive by this book. Lost in their lives. Literally had a hard time walking away from it. Can see this as a movie. I can't wait for the next book. Very interesting keeps you on the edge of you seat at times, as you hold your breath to find where it goes next." Amazon Review

 Book Description

Kale Rollins' life has become a living nightmare. As if it wasn't awkward enough being an adopted normal kid in a family of purebred shape shifters, he was now being transferred to a new school made solely for their kind. And it gets worse. He must attend this school under the pretense that he too is a shape shifter, in order to "babysit" his fourteen year old brother who has suddenly shifted a year earlier than expected.

However, with the new found knowledge that shape shifting families are mysteriously disappearing, Kale wonders if attending Emerson Fox Academy is actually as safe as it seems. Before he even reaches the school, he finds himself in the middle of a feud that could become life-threatening to him and his brother.

Unexpectedly friendships are formed as he chooses a side - So are enemies.

There is one girl though through it all that makes him want to stay. Except the closer he gets to Lavallette Waters, the harder it is to keep up his facade.

As secrets start to unravel around him, Kale wonders what will happen next...

Will "babysitting" his brother be the death of him?

Can he really trust Lavallette?

And how much more time do they have before someone they care about disappears?

"Filled with lots of suspense and action, it's perfect for Tweens, Teens and Adults alike!" Amazon Review

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Insert from The Shifted:

“Kale,” she said, taking a deep breath and letting it out slowly. “I need you to do me a huge favor. I need you to keep an eye on your brother at Emerson. I have a really bad feeling about him. He thinks he is in control of his body, but he isn’t and it’s going to get him in trouble. I'm sure of it.”

And there it was. The real reason he was being sent to Emerson Fox Academy. He was to babysit his little brother.

“You do realize that ninety-nine percent of his shifts were around me so far, right?” he reminded her coolly.

“Yes, I do, but I also know you are quick enough to stop him. So I need you to catch him, constrain him, do whatever you have to if he shifts. Do you understand me?”

What was he a dog sitter? Ugh. Couldn’t she hire someone else, or better yet put him in a cage?

“He’s a puppy, how much danger can he get in?” His tone was sarcastic.

“You know Scout, he finds danger!” She exclaimed, before picking up the pie and putting it successfully in the oven this time. Leaning over the stove, she started the timer. When she spun around, she had that same desperate expression on her face again. “Please, you must look after him. I won’t be able to sleep at night if you don’t. You have to go to Emerson, for Scout and for me.”

It took everything in him not to bang his head against the counter top. This was totally unfair and completely asinine. But of course like the good child he was, he mumbled, “you know I will, mom,” even though he had no desire too.

Man it really sucked being him sometimes.

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