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From the Inside Flap
"I know. Skylar, hold on tight. I'm going to brake."
"But...but there are cars behind us."
"We have no choice. Don't worry. I got this." Pushing down on the brake pedal forcefully, the car hydroplaned to the right. "Hold on," Mason yelled. Skylar gripped the first thing she could place her hand on tightly. The water from the road jetted up into the air like a water show, but the car kept gliding sideways, until finally it spun a full circle and stopped. With no time to waste, Mason turned the car toward the right and accelerated, hoping to dodge what was coming toward them.
Out of nowhere, a long piece of ice, taking the form of a spear-like shape, darted through the trucks' tires and punctured some of them. More ice spears came soaring out of the rain, but this time, ten or more sphere like ice balls followed, denting the sides of the trucks, and one went through a windshield. With flat tires, the trucks now glided as if on ice, maneuvering from side to side.
"Did you do that?" Skylar asked excitedly.
"No...must be Poseidon's kids. Where the hell are they?" Mason spread his right arm in front of Skylar, as if to protect her. "Bend down, Sky."
One of the trucks hit another and swirled, hitting the other adjacent to it. The crash caused the trucks to flip and tumble, heading straight for Mason's car. With a look of shock, Skylar held her breath. With no time to move, think, or get out of the car, she closed her eyes and prepared for the crash.
Just seconds before the impact, Mason's car flew up into the air, over the trucks. Somehow, magically, the water created a liquid bridge, guiding the car safely over, and then it thumped hard on the ground on the other side. Without looking back, Mason sped away as the sound of screeching brakes and metal impacting on metal blasted behind them.
"What just happened?" Skylar yelped. "Did you do that?" Everything had happened so fast, and adrenalin had flushed through her body so rapidly, she'd had no time for fear. Now that it was over, she was simply amazed, stunned; there were no words.
"No, I didn't. Poseidon's kids...it's the only explanation. They can manipulate water. I had it handled. There was no need for them to show off. Now many civilians are hurt." Mason sounded irritated, perhaps because he wasn't the hero this time around, or perhaps he truly did care for those people he didn't know.
Amazed by their abilities, wherever they were, Skylar was grateful they were there. Though Mason spoke as though he'd had the situation handled, Skylar thought otherwise, but kept her opinion to herself.
"I see them," Mason said with a sly tone, looking in the rearview mirror. "Let's see if they can follow."