The Wild Boys III; Twins Held Hostage
Bringing a conclusion to The Wild Boys seemed natural to write. It felt as natural as my own children growing up so fast. This book delved into some things that we have all faced in so many ways. Going from childhood fun to adult hood problems, the boys need to figure things out for themselves during times of trouble. It also deals on how parents don’t have control over their maturing, children’s decisions, and either need help, or an outside influence to help their children to understand.
I really don’t know where the thought came from, but in my mind, these actions just felt right. I still wanted the humor and the charm throughout. I don’t think anybody should give up their childhood. Life is too short for that. Just put it off to the side and buckled down when you work, but lighten up on your free time. Also, don’t go overboard, because adult troubles are not just a spanking. You still have to work in order to support yourself.
That’s why I brought in responsibility. Be ready for the consequences of your actions. I made them independent, because it is fiction, so they are the heroes, once again. True to life, go for help, and don’t be afraid to ask for help. Nine times out of ten, someone else can handle the situation much better than you. They can bring in resources that you don’t even have access to. Wow, preachy, preachy. Let’s get back to the book.
Three boys are growing up. They still want to have fun, but find themselves in a situation which in turn, helps them to realize life is not all fun and games. There is heart-ache and punishment. Good lessons to learn and another space adventure to solve. This book is about family. The boys take on responsibilities and have to grow up fast, making decisions on their own. It has heartwarming moments and filled with thrills and suspense. The boys learn a lot in this book and hopefully they will grow up to be fine members of society.
I do hope that the people who read my books will also be moved enough that they too will learn and maybe change to the better side of their own lives. I know because, for me and my children’s mother that our sons and daughters grew up like the children in my books, and I can’t be any more proud of all of them than I am right now. And they didn’t even have a police chief, Johnson. Does that make any sense? My readers liked this book so much they said, “You have to make another one.” Which I did, The Wild Boys IV; In Deep Trouble, which in turn gave me an idea for book number five; Coming of age, still in the writing phase.
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All kids have growing pains, and the Wild Boys are no different. Now that they are driving, they get in trouble with the law, and are saddled with a grounding, and community service. During this time, they hear about a strange creature caught in a neighbor’s barn. They find out that it is a Dayson renegade looking for an alien device. They find the device first, but the Dayson kidnaps their twin sisters, holding them for ransom.
This is the third book of the series, with ‘The Wild Boys, a Space Adventure,’ being the first, and the second book, ‘The Wild Boys II, Saving the Fourth of July.’ Collect your series today. Go to rickkurtisbooks.com for more information, and other great books. Happy reading.
… Rick took off the device. “Here, put this in a pie tin with a bunch of ice. Let’s give him a call.”
Rick finished the note, and hung it on the fridge with the picture. They all headed out to the field, hoping the alien would land in about the same spot as the day before. Rick went to hide in the cornfield next to the open field. It was quite a far distance, but hopefully, Chris could keep the alien busy long enough to save the twins.
Chris carried the device in the pie tin and sat down past the playhouse, while Mike hid close by, sitting on his quad. Everything remained quiet and peaceful. The birds chirped while they waited. It didn’t take long before the birds stopped, then flew away. Chris looked up and saw a small dot dropping out from the clouds.
It grew larger as it drew near. Much to everyone’s surprise, the ship landed farther away than before. Chris couldn’t see the girls and waited. The alien opened the hatch and stepped out, walking alone toward Chris. Chris stood up, holding the device in his hand, while the alien approached.
Rick snuck between the corn rows and came out crawling toward the ship. The alien approached with his hands out, but Chris held back. With the translating device, Chris said, “Where are the girls?”
The alien pointed to the ship. Chris said, “The girls first, out and away from the ship, then you can have this.”
The alien squinted with a vicious look and held his hand out firm. Chris yelled, “No!”
The alien tried to grab Chris, but he ducked. He turned and saw Rick approaching the ship. Rick could see the twins tied up in the back seat. The alien lunged again at Chris and grabbed the device. He then ran toward his ship, and Chris yelled, “Rick, watch out!”
Who would get to the ship first? Rick sprinted toward the ship, and Mike started up his quad, while Chris ran behind the tall thin alien. Even though the alien had long legs, he was no match for a quad. Mike passed him and stopped to cut him off, but the alien simply jumped over top of…
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