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Ye$ Master: Rise of the Witch

Yes, Master

by (WOR)-World of Rath

Power is just another aphrodisiac

 

 

 

Synopsis

I. Brethren, let me weave you a tale set in the modern age, if the present was bleak, then the future had never looked colder. Nearly half of the country’s population was suffering from hunger, isolation, mental illness and hopelessness. Technology had advanced so quickly that the need for human existence itself was becoming obsolete. 

Realistically only a fraction of the population had the potential to create a sustainable income, and with the remaining population doubling at a mathematical rate, it was painfully obvious that planet Earth would no longer be able to sustain the human race. 

When the food supply ended, famine, sickness and starvation were only the beginning, the panic and chaos that ensued would be on a global scale. And not even martial law would be effective.

In the aftermath, with no central government, society would collapse, and for the second time in human history the dark ages would fall.    

Death seemed certain for everybody, except those few that had either the money or power to escape it. And maybe not even the brightest or the wealthiest would be able to do that.

The global elite had begun putting the last stages of their contingency plan in action. One of which was the harvesting of underage women to be used as “breeders.”

The ratio of woman had to outnumber that of the men but “involuntary” selection had become extremely dangerous in the information age.

One of the most powerful weapons the “Globalists,” had was secrecy, but with the “Internet Terrorists,” bypassing and infiltrating even their most classified systems and then exposing that to the entire world in less than a nanosecond, the satanic elite had lost their edge, forever.

So what were the alternatives?

Simple, If you could not dominate the world; destroy it.

The Matrix was imploding, and it was not just other countries warring, but factions within the United States Government itself, so now, no one could be trusted.

II. But I digress…

Mark was the handsome, arrogant, unspoiled little rich boy who grew up getting everything he wanted, and it came easy. Until Jeanie arrived.

Jeanie, the beautiful redhead whose emerald-green eyes held secrets; showed intelligence, compassion and maybe just a hint of danger, sparkled with a magic that entranced all who could see it.

But Mark was used to having everything he wanted, so the effects of her hypnotic beauty would not last long. Or so he thought. But as he aggressively pursued her, he found each advance met with a cool reception.

Hard to get, maybe impossible?

Mark could not easily impress her with his wealth, as he had done with so many other woman because Jeanie’s family had money as well. Mark soon found out that Jeanie could not only match him, but even had him on his guard!

Mark had already decided that Jeanie was to be his, a worth addition to his privileged life.He had already decided for the both of them. She would be his wife and the mother of his children, and Mark would do whatever it took to have her, nothing would stand in his way. Not even Jeanie herself.

But Jeanie was not just something to be won, or conquered by a sexual obsession. If anything those very characteristics would have the oppisite effect and drive her further away rather than keep her.

Then unexpectedly when the two of them were alone, Jeanie in the heat of passion let her guard down for just a moment and unintentionally revealed herself in a way that left her vulnerable. 

Bad mistake for a woman who thought she was immune to the love of a man whom she knew would exploit her every weakness. But it wasn’t his fault, he was raised to be the epitome of “corporationalism” and to conquer by anymeans necessary.

III. What Mark didn’t know was that there were other parties equally interested in Jeanie as well, but for their own reasons, just as selfish, but not as benign. Jeanie’s parents were employed by the government, but nobody knew specifically what branch.

There’s was a secret sect that Jeanie’s parents belonged to because of their ancient bloodlines. It was a very dangerous sect that dealt with the paranormal, alien hybrids, cloning, and advanced technology. They were very aware of Jeanie’s supernatural abilities because that was what she had been bred for.  

In a numerical ritual, Jeanie’s first, last and middle name were each composed of six digits. This 6-6-6,  combination identified a specific family lineage. Jeanie. Genealogy. Blood-lines. Jeanie was chosen because of her heritage. And the membership was exclusive. And this was the reason why Jeanie was so valuable to the Government. Even her own parents were expendable if Jeanie herself could be acquired instead.

But Jeanie’s was not a girl who would allow her life to be defined by something as arbitrary as a bloodline, nor would she permit herself to be used as a instrument of evil by a secret society, no-matter what they promised; no-matter what they threatened.

If Jeanie, would not come willing, they would take her by force and initiate her into their circle with a hellish ritual that would take control of her mind, body, and soul.

The soul was the most valuable commodity. It was her soul that they wanted most, because it was not just an individual’s identity; it was also pure energy, and the most powerful.

And now that energy could be trapped and manipulated, with a nightmarish process provided by an alien race, entitled “sheering” which was a type of soul scalping.

Once the soul was trapped in the material world and stored in a device apart from its body, this would make Jeanie a slave, not only in the physical world, but also on the spiritual plane as well, and that was eternal.

Could Mark’s substantial wealth, power, and his penchant for brilliant alternatives in hopeless situations aid in saving Jeanie? Or would Jeanie’s powers in the supernatural be strong enough to protect her, and the ones she loved, from all those who threatened to destroy her.

-Rath

“Don’t you curse my name, Jeanie hissed, Now she had the look of a woman who had lost control of her reasoning and sanity, he had pushed her to the edge and was now simply fighting for her very survival.

Do NOT bellow at me, nor raise your voice above a whisper, Jeanie screeched with a voice that he didn’t recognize, Mark was terrified. And he should have been, this able woman was about to kill him.”

“Yes, Master: Rise of the Witch”

by Jason Kondrath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase Details:

This E-Book is 436 pages long with no illustrations, except the front and back cover.

The download is in a PDF file which contains the link to the download which is a zip file, but the actual file format of the book is both Epub and a Notepad(txt).

I used Notepad because businesses like Adobe, Kindle, and Amazon are starting to charge for programs to open their specified files.

Notepad to me can be opened on any Windows Operating System, so that makes it Universal.

The cost of the E-book is $7.97 USD.

 

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You can reach me at my email rath1967@hotmail.com if you have any questions.

 

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