“Love isn’t meant to be easy, even after you die.”
The Station Series, Book 4. Coming Soon.
“Don’t you dare let her open that door,” Hector warns Leif just above a whisper. “We’ll lose them both.” But Leif drops his head and steps aside, allowing me access to the door. Hector starts waving his hands around again. “Damn, man! What are you doing?”
Leif, normally the calm and collected one, juts a finger out at Hector and raises his voice. “We’re doing the only thing we can, if you won’t help, go find something else to do.”
Hector begins to back away from us toward the door. “I can’t watch this. I won’t be here for this.”
With a dismissive wave, Leif grunts at Hector, “Go then. I’ve got this.”
When the door closes and Leif and I are alone, I begin to run through everything I know about the inner workings of the Station for a second time. How the connections are assigned, how they work. Why they work. It’s a maze, a tangle of rules and invisible wires, yet I have a feeling that I can fix this. That I really might be able to save this volunteer. I was able to bring someone from the beyond to the Ones portal with just a damn quarter, I can do this. When I put my hand on the door, it dawns on me that I don’t know the trapped girl’s name. She’s not here, so I can’t ‘feel’ her.
“Leif, what’s her name?” I whisper…
– Piper, Dying to Know, book 4 of The Station series – Coming Soon