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Once in Minnesota, the boy lives in a rural area where it is normal for families to have horses. While horseback riding on a trail by the boy’s house; he sees a horse that is skin and bones. The boy saves the horse, but the mob also wants the horse. They try to take the horse from the boy, but they don’t know that he is a martial arts expert.
The mob leader sends his thugs to fight the boy. The boy wins the fight, and is escorted by a police officer who follows him to his house one mile down the road.
He begins running to different cities around the United States to get away from the mob, but they always know of his family’s whereabouts. The boy always defends his family before h and his family move to another location to get to safety again.
As the story continues, the mob thinks they have killed the boy’s personal vet. An ambulance is called to save the vet’s life. Disappointed and angry, the boy goes to the ambulance after they arrive, and he tells the vet that he wished that he was never hired.
The boy then gets kidnapped by the mob, but he mysteriously escapes. The mob isn’t happy about the boy escaping, and they try to catch him again, but it doesn’t happen.
The family contacts the family lawyer to rent a house for them in Tennessee to hide from the mob. While in Tennessee, the boy is told to go to a church by a mystical being that nobody has met, and while there, he meets a girl. The girl knew that he drove in a nice car, but didn’t realize that he was rich until she goes on the run with him a later in the story.
The boy went to Chattanooga where the mob found him through one of their informants. The boy fights all the mobsters that are there, and they head back to the mansion to escape with the girl’s family to Jupiter Island, Florida.
After being informed about the mob being dismantled, they went to the airport, and went back to Tennessee to drop the girl and her family off.
The story will reveal what exciting events occur so that both families are together forever!
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Publisher:Travis Edrington (July 5, 2012)
Publication date:July 5, 2012
File size:310 KB
Print length:202 pages
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