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Alaska: Shattered {Book 2}

By Ty R. Bluent All Rights Reserved ©

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Prologue

My eyes look that everything around me. All I saw was destruction. The seatbelt that it’s job, but I found it hard to breath. Every part of me hurt, especially my head. My head pounded, as blood ran down my face. My father sat, bloody and passed out in the seat in front of me. A sickening smell radiated off of him. “Ala,” my mother’s voice calms me. Blood ran down her face. The light in her eyes, was always so bright. But now the striking blue mixed with the emerald green was now losing its brightness. My heart felt as if it would burst. My head and it made me feel dizzy or with each passing moment. I heard the faint lullaby of sirens. The passenger side of the car was right against my mother. She still turned to face me.

“Ala. My sweet Ala. I.. I love you.” Her song filled, soothing, voice became weak. The light in her eyes faded, and started to become cloudy. My heart raced even more, but my had canceled it out. Mom! Mom! I wanted to scream, but my voice when you come, as everything became week, And faded.

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