Jett Landry: Urban Legend. Volume Two in the Jett Landry Saga. By Stephan Oak. Cover art by Micky Mitchell.
It’s been four years since The Fuse was lit.
Everything has changed.
Melinda is a first-year law student at Baylor. Jett Landry, still reeling from tragedy, leads a lonely existence in downtown Port City. Mike Krayton Sr. is the Regional Director for the Port City Region and right-hand man of the charismatic “Governor” of the new Texas Republic. Mike Krayton Jr. works for his father, managing the controversial Workfare program. Human Trafficking is out of control. Danger is everywhere and the new government ignores the problem.
But something strange is happening in the county north of Port City: A mysterious woman on a motorcycle is rescuing victims of a human trafficking ring. They say she comes out of nowhere and brings fury and vengeance to all those who try to stop her. No one knows who she is. Rumors circulate all over Port City about the woman’s identity. Some say she’s a survivor of human trafficking, out for revenge. Others believe she belongs to a reclusive cult that lives deep in the woods. There is another rumor about this mysterious hero; a rumor that involves the girl from Port City High who won all those karate tournaments years ago. The Co-Valedictorian. The daughter of the infamous private detectives, Markus Jackson and Ashley Garcia.
Urban Legend is the story of courage, friendship and sacrifice. It’s the story of corruption and evil. It’s the story of a new generation of heroes and the villains determined to take them down.