Excerpt from Prologue

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Prologue

Jamestown, Virginia, 1625

Jenny Johnston looked over at her family and shook her head in disgust. Just looking at the bunch of them made her sick. She hated the lot of them. She needed to get out of here before she killed them all and this time she meant it. As she turned on her heels to leave she heard her mother’s voice.

“Jennifer where are you going dear? Dinner will be ready in a minute,” exclaimed Mrs. Sara Johnston.

Not today. She could not deal with this shit today.

“I have to go mother. I have things I need to do and I can’t stay for dinner,” she said.

“Nonsense! This is family time and whether you like it or not you are a part of this family,” was her mother’s reply with a hint of annoyance.

Well if she thought that was going to make her stay at this bullshit dinner she was sadly mistaken. She was over a century and didn’t have time for these disgusting events anymore.. She had full control of her Mystick powers and she would no longer hesitate to use them. Especially against her family because none of them would.

“Jennifer, you heard your mother girl, so sit your ass down before I sit it down for you” said her father, Mr. Samuel Johnston, Sr.

Awesome! Just fan-fucking-tastic. Just who in the hell did he think he was talking to her like that? Your father she heard her inner voice say. Oh, that’s right. He is. Damn. Didn’t matter she was about to teach her parents and two older brothers that she wasn’t to be fucked with. Period.

“Look, I’m done with this family crap. We’re not a family. We’re a joke. Let me leave and nobody will get hurt,” she said.

“Why you little bitch!” Samuel Johnston, Jr, the oldest of her two brothers said. “Just who the hell do you think you are? You will respect our parents or John and I will beat the shit out of you and then victimize you in ways you never thought were possible.”.

“Try it asshole and it will be the last thing that either one of you pieces of shit will do,” she replied eerily calm and cool.

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