Lion Shifters by Ella Wilde Book Tour and Giveaway :)
My cell phone rang. “Shh,” Isaac huffed just as I answered it. “Emma? Emma, it’s Daniel. Can you hear me?” “Daniel,” I whispered. “We’re under attack.” “I know. Are you hurt? Is Isaac still with you? He’s not answering his phone. Where are you?” “Emma,” Isaac said, tugging on my shirtsleeve. “We have to go. Now. The shooting is on the other side.” “Daniel …” I began but stopped when more screams and gunfire echoed around us. “Let me talk with her,” King yelled in the background, his voice loud enough for me to hear. “Forget it, goat herder. You might break my phone. Bloody hell, Zeeks. Try not to hit the pedestrians.” “That’s a difficult task,” Ezekiel yelled, and I could imagine him trying to steer the car as his brothers fought. “It would be easier if you weren’t driving on the sidewalk,” Daniel growled. There was a scuffling sound and some snarling, followed by, “You’re holding it upside down, King David.” “Emma?” It was King. “Emma, are you hurt?” “No, although Isaac’s sense of humor might kill me. Apart from that, we’re all still breathing and in one piece.” “Emma, stay calm. Don’t panic,” King commanded. I almost grinned. “We are not panicking. Isaac, Tiger and I are trying to figure out how to get a group of children to safety.” “We’re almost there. Don’t worry.” I wasn’t quite sure whether King was talking to me, his brothers or … “He’s talking to himself,” Daniel shouted. King roared, almost loud enough to shatter whatever hearing I had left. “King, I need to go. Call me when you get here.” I hung up and shoved the phone in my hip pocket.