Human Nature by Jason Halstead

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Like the rest of humanity, Dawn Vincent had goals and a plan for her life. She delivered babies for a living and dreamed of one day having some of her own with her soon-to-be husband. That changed the day that fire rained down from the skies above.

Over a year later, with the survivors of humanity scrambling to survive, Dawn established herself as a doctor who spent more time fixing bullet wounds than runny noses. Buried in her work to avoid the painful memories of her lost fiancé, Dawn’s only reprieve from madness comes from time spent with a reckless woman who serves as a soldier. Angie tries to help Dawn out of her shell until she herself is lost on a mission.

Unable to cope with another loss, Dawn finds strength from within. Refusing to take no for an answer, she wrestles control of the band of survivors and reminds them all of what it means to be human and how very valuable even a single life can be.

About Jason Halstead

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Jason Halstead is a science fiction and fantasy author who spends his daytime hours as an IT Manager in the automotive industry. In his spare time Jason enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, writing, and competitive powerlifting.
Published December 9, 2010 by Excessica Publishing. 202 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, War, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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