#BlogTour #Excerpt ~ The Collective by R.S Williams @lilnovelist @NeverlandBT #Giveaway

Matilda Gregson never knew a world outside hers existed, that is until Harvey comes along and shows her something beyond her imagination. All that is on Tilly’s mind is finishing her dissertation, getting her degree, and spending time with her friends before the end of the school year.

But everything changes when she meets Jenny, an agent of a secret society, and nothing prepared either of them for the adventure they are about to endure. Under the pressures of surviving, their friendship grows and they find friends in the most unlikely of places, and betrayal just around the corner.

Will they both be able to stop him before he tears Jenny’s society to the ground?

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About the Author

Rhianne Williams, formally known as RS Williams, writes Fantasy, Adventure and Romance novels. As an avid reader Rhianne has always been in love with the written word and the emotions a good story can create.

Discovering she had a knack for creating stories as a teenager, she started work on her first story. However, at 16 the mundane adult world called her back to an admin job and Rhianne put writing on the back burner until she turned 20. Rediscovering her fascination with writing and creating Rhianne then threw herself back into her writing in 2014.

When she isn’t catching plot bunnies, typing up her creations or writing on her blog, you’ll find her in front of the television watching her favourite shows, spending time with her family and getting lost in others fictional worlds.

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“So, now that you are more settled I have a few questions to ask you,” he said as she took a mouthful of meat. She held her hand up to her mouth as she tried to chew it quickly.

“Go ahead,” she replied after swallowing her food loudly and reluctantly putting her fork down. She hadn’t eaten since that morning, and her stomach growled in protest.

“How do you know Harvey?” he asked stabbing some meat with his fork.

“I work with him, I’ve known him for years,” she said wondering where his line of questioning was going. He pressed his lips together and nodded his head in acknowledgement of her answer. Jenny took a deep breath, he obviously doesn’t believe me.

“What do you know about the ring he wears?”

“He doesn’t wear a ring,” she said instinctively. Harvey didn’t like jewellery on his hands; he had told her once that the only ring he would ever wear would be a wedding band.

“Yes, he does,” he said standing up. He walked over to a cabinet and pulled out what looked like a file before returning to his seat. He opened it up and looked inside. He pulled out a drawing of a hand and a ring and passed it to Jenny.

“How am I meant to tell if it is his? This is a picture of a hand,” she said politely.

“You can trust me, it is his.” He was looking at her blankly as if she should already trust him, but Jenny hardly knew him.

“Who drew it?”

“The last person to see him. My Second Mate is a member of his old crew, so I have it in good faith that it is his.”

“The Harvey I know would never wear a ring that wasn’t a wedding band,” she said.

“Obviously, you don’t know him that well,” boasted Joseph.

“I know him well enough,” she protested, frowning at him. Jenny didn’t want to argue with him, after all he was helping her find her friend but she couldn’t help feeling protective over Harvey, especially as this wasn’t that Harvey.

“How well do you know him, exactly?” Jenny detected a twang of jealously from him.

“Excuse me?” she asked. “Why is that of any relevance to you?” she snapped.

“Of course, you’re right. Well that’s quite enough work talk for one night, don’t you think? I’ll show you to your cabin,” he said smiling weakly. He obviously knew he had upset her with that comment. He wiped around his mouth with his napkin and threw it onto the table.


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