Montana Untouchable

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Tate Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 250 pages
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Luke's voice was heavy as he stepped closer to the agent. 'How many of you guys are on my property?'
The agent looked from the pistol barrel to Luke and back. 'Only us two...'
'You are trying my patience. I have almost nothing left to live for. You have killed my parents, my best friend, and set my home on fire. Now, how many agents are on my property?'
Luke is the seventeen-year-old president of Montana's most influential secret society, the Untouchables. The society was formed in the 1940s, but even in 2013, the society still exists to protect Montana from the federal government's injustices. Luke's entire family has been involved since the society's beginning, and he has just learned that several years ago, his parents weren't actually killed in an accident; the feds murdered them.
With all of this on his plate, Luke is also balancing a budding romance with Kay, one of his classmates. But what he doesn't know is that Kay is connected to the federal government by her very DNA. When the United States was preparing for the doom of 2012, they began altering the genetic makeup of a select group of citizens so that humans would have a better chance at surviving the apocalypse. Kay's father heals himself at super-human speed, and Kay's mother can detect her every emotion. Kay herself is still learning what her skill is and how to even use it.
With the federal agents invading Luke's personal property and state and a girlfriend with her own share of secrets, will Luke be able do the right thing for his family, his state, and his God? Find out in Montana Untouchable.

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I loved this book. I need the next one soon. I believe this is were we are headed in the future of our United States

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