Why you must read Rebecca Clare Smith’s Breaking Cadence
Breaking Cadence is a post-apocalyptic dystopian tale mixed with infectious zombies, giant spiders, a megalomaniac and a dash of romance.
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The only place they have left to go is on the run in the unforgiving Wastelands, a place where sand spiders and the Infected become the least of their problems when Cady’s ex-lover escapes her darkened past and deepens their plight with an agenda of his own.
Dodging Wastelanders out for blood and Kitty’s father determined for revenge, can Cadence avoid a bite from the Infected long enough to save her two wards and escape or will her ex-lover’s plans destroy them all?
What genre is it?
Those who enjoy action, romance and a thrill of mystery will really enjoy Breaking Cadence.
Tell us more about Cadence.
They won’t touch her again.
She’s fixed her broken heart into one of stone, taking no prisoners, and leaving the love that was left behind for her almost estranged family. But Breaking Cadence is a test of the fractures that time has placed on her too burdened shoulders.
Have you written any other books that we should read next?
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But if you want to ease into this kind of world slowly then perhaps you should try Desecrated Bonds first. It’s a short story and a stand alone, which describes similar powers to those mentioned in Preying On Time without totally connecting to the same universe.
Tell us a bit about yourself.
A big fan of social media, chances are you’ll catch me online at some point during the day. My day job is friendlier than my plot lines might have you expect and my house is far less cluttered than my head, surprisingly. Occasionally I attempt to garden or clean, but I’m more often found with my face buried in new writing or the writing of others.
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What’s next for you?
How easily do new storylines come to you? If we give you four random words – Man, Woman, Mexico, Future – can you give us a brief storyline?
Only now a rival gang have attacked and captured them. Her father refuses to pay the ransom, leaving her heartbroken, miserable and betrayed in the Mexican stronghold. As the years pass by she convinces the men to let her join them, becoming a fearsome fighter under a pseudonym until the day a slip up hands her over to the authorities.
Will the agent in charge discover her true identity and hand her back to her father with the humiliation of his desertion or will a real love come from a heart that has been corrupted by pain and time…?