The image was tacked to the corkboard above Cade’s bed in his dorm room, among the various bumper stickers from campaigns he had volunteered on—local representatives, congressmen, state senate—and a postcard of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders portrait with the quote “Aggressive fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords.”
For the full chapter of this story, retrace your steps to the beginning of the blog tour and follow along until Oct 31st here: Heaven Should Fall Blog Tour, where you can read more about Jill, Cade and Elias. Share your thoughts about the story in the comments and let the author know if you are planning to read Heaven Should Fall in its entirety. She'd love to hear from you! Contact her directly on Twitter @JessicaCBooks.
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