Series: Keeper of Genesis I
Author: DB Nielsen
Publication Date: May 7, 2014
What They Say:
A powerful, hidden artefact is unearthed in modern day Iraq and, with its discovery, an ancient conflict is reignited. Seventeen-year-old Sage Woods, the daughter of an eminent archaeologist working at the British Museum recently relocated from Australia, uncovers the artefact’s disturbing secret and is placed in terrible danger. Unwittingly, she has stumbled into an invisible war between two primordial dynasties of a supernatural order – a war in which she has a fateful role to play in a race to control the power of the SEED.
Embroiled in a quest that takes her from the British Museum to the Louvre to the Vatican Secret Archives, Sage realises that her blossoming romance with the mysterious, alluring St. John Rivers is inextricably tied to the artefact. Up until now, St. John has managed to keep his true identity hidden, but Sage is determined to delve deeper to uncover his dark secret and his connection to the SEED. It is a decision that will have a devastating effect on humankind…
Sage and Fi
‘Of course I didn’t give them all the photos or all the negatives as they requested. I’m not stupid, you know!’ she said, a smug look plastered on her face, ‘I only gave them the ones that were normal, nothing unusual.’
I couldn’t believe how devious my sister was, she had a real talent for deception – though this was something that I had always known, as she was a master of being able to elude detection, sneaking out of the house at fifteen to go clubbing with friends much older than herself who should have been more responsible than to allow an underage youth to accompany them, lying to our parents about who she was meeting up with, smiling winsomely to get her way with one parent knowing that the other would disapprove, and almost never getting caught.
I kept her secrets out of loyalty to a twin, but it wasn’t easy.
St.John in Paris
As the elevator doors slid open revealing the grand marbled foyer, I immediately spotted St. John standing with his back to me, hands thrust into his trousers, as still as any statue in a museum. He was still wearing his suit from earlier and my breath caught in my throat even as I gazed upon the back of him – his wide shoulders filled out his jacket admirably and his blond hair curled loosely over his collar. I realised that I was always looking at his face and had never clearly paid attention to what a dashing figure he cut; he must have an extraordinary physique beneath his clothes. I blushed at where my thoughts were taking me.
DB Nielsen was born in British Hong Kong and immigrated to Australia in childhood. DB likes to travel the world with family; dividing time between residing in Sydney and visits to the cathedrals, crypts and museums the world over, doing research for new projects. The author is a university lecturer in Linguistics and Semiotics, and continues to teach English Literature and Language whilst writing fiction.
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