Welcome to The Cover Contessa's stop on Susanne Winnacker's
Author: Susanne Winnacker
Pub. Date: June 26, 2014
Tessa has finally made peace with her life as a Variant. She and long-time love Alec are officially a couple, and for the first time, she has everything she wants.
But the air is tense at FEA headquarters. An agent has disappeared, and rogue variant organization Abel’s Army is likely the culprit.
When Tessa is summoned for her second mission, she is unexpectedly launched into a massive conspiracy. Her best friend Holly is kidnapped and Tessa knows it was meant to be her. But who is after her? And more importantly, why?
When the FEA’s efforts to rescue Holly don’t yield any results, Tessa takes matters into her own hands. Desperate to save her friend and uncover the mystery behind Abel’s Army, Tessa launches her own investigation—but nothing could prepare her for what she finds. Everyone in her life is harboring secrets: Alec, her estranged mother, even the father she never knew.
The truth will take her out on the road and out of her comfort zone, with danger lurking everywhere. Summoning all of her courage and strength, Tessa must decide who can be trusted and what is worth fighting for—even if it means going against the life she thought she wanted. Her final decision will leave readers breathless.
Guest post from Susanne!
If you could have any ability at all, what would it be and why.
If I could have any ability, I’d choose a healing Variation. It would be wonderful if I could heal my family, friends, and myself. There’s nothing worse than seeing a loved one suffer, especially from something like cancer or Alzheimers or another horrible sickness. I wouldn’t have reason to worry about them as much anymore because even if they got cancer or another illness, I could save them. Of course, that wouldn’t mean that they would live forever. Their bodies could still die from old age, but at least I could prevent suffering.
And I wouldn’t just try to help my family and friends. I think if you have a Variation like that, you can’t not help people in need. I once watched a report about a children’s hospice and it broke my heart. That’s where I would start. I’d travel from one hospice to the next and try to heal as many kids as possible, and if I still had some strength I would continue in hospitals. I suppose, it’s an ability that comes with a price because there will always be guilt. No matter how hard I tried, I could never save everyone. But it would be worth it, I think.
Thank you for having me on your blog!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, Susanne. It was great having you here!
She blogs for The League of Extraordinary Writers.
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