Chapter 1: Waiting in the Wings
A lanky adolescent with light brown bristles for hair bit his lip and tried to figure out where he’d gone wrong. Caramel brown eyes narrowed in concentration as he backtracked. In his opinion, the hardest part of training was tying bootlaces. The crisscrossing straps might have kept him from flying right out of his footgear, but it always took him three tries to get the pattern right. “Maybe if I was a Weaver, it would make more sense,” he mumbled.
“Complaining?” asked a sharp voice.
“Merely clumsy,” the youth replied, glancing sheepishly at his mentor. “Am I late?”
Author’s Note: This chapter was originally posted to ChristaKinde.com in 2011 as a teaser. Re-posted on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 as a part of a pre-launch countdown for both Rough and Tumble and The Blue Door[Zondervan]. Just four more weeks before the first book in the Threshold Series is available in bookstores! You can pre-order the hardcover or ebook now!
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