Robert Edward

“Jared ran for the cracked crate. He shot the closest soldier at point blank range and grabbed the bundle with his free hand. He raced ahead, pivoting on his foot as he placed his pistol directly into the chest of another stunned soldier and pulled the trigger, then he tossed the dynamite into the skyward-facing door of the derailed locomotive.
Seeing Catherine and Tiago nearby at the edge of the woods, he shouted, “Run!”
He didn’t look back as he sprinted away from the locomotive that fifteen seconds later exploded in a fireball illuminating the night sky, shredding the iron of the train engine and raining down an inferno of sparks and shrapnel.
“Now that was a diversion!” he called to Tiago, laughing.
“Next time,” the wind mage gasped, “let me know the plan and I will not exert myself as much.”

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Edge of a Knife (The American Mage War #1) Edge of a Knife by Robert Edward
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