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Warning: This short story is written in Lucifer'spoint of view. In this tale you are taken deeper into the history behind Love'sProphecy and how and why the war began.
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Mel materialized in front of her. She jumped to her feet, her heart beating double time against her ribs. She pressed a hand to her chest. “Will you quit doing that? You're going to give me a heart attack. Can't you use the front door like a normal person?”
He laughed and drew her into his arms. “What would be the fun in that? I like keeping you on your toes.”
Breeana smiled and slid her hands under the flaps of his leather jacket. The leather creaked as hi...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on April 9, 2012 at 2:00 AM||comments (0)|
This is taken from my current WIP, Prophecy's Child. In these sentences Katherine has ran into Kal--literally--after ten years. He still has the same erotic pull on her.
Katherine’smouth dropped open and butterflies took flight in her stomach. Lucky she was flat on her ass because her limbs shook so hard she’d have ended up in the same position. “Kal? It can’t be…”
She closed her eyes, then quickly opened them, needing to ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on January 29, 2012 at 12:20 PM||comments (33)|
These sentences are taken from my novel, Love's Prophecy.
In the scene before this, Mel told Breeana vampires are real. In these sentences they are just sitting down for breakfast and a discussion on where vampires came from and why they share the Earth with humans.
Poor Breeana can't seem to keep her mind on anything but Mel's body, LOL.
“Drag the chair over and come eat,” Mel said with a smile.
Breeana didn't move. His biceps ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on January 28, 2012 at 11:25 AM||comments (14)|
This sample is taken from my novel Love's Prophecy. In this scene, Mel has told Breeana about the murder of his wife and all who lived in the village he had been the leader of. Although he didn't tell her all.
As Mel stared into Breeana's trusting face, the sound of his father's evil laugh filled his mind, echoing through his skull.
“Look at her,” his father's demented voice said. “What a pathetic...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on January 15, 2012 at 1:00 PM||comments (19)|
Set up: Mel has just learned Kal has killed the demon hunting for Breeana. It is now safe for Mel to take her home, but he's torn.
“Yep.” Mel could hardly squeeze the word through his constricted throat. He grabbed the bottle and walked back to the living room.
“She wants to stay with you, dude,” Kal said.
Mel stopped in front of the TV and stared at the blank screen. “It's over. I knew as soon as it was safe, s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on November 20, 2011 at 11:30 AM||comments (12)|
Thanks for stopping by and reading my SSS--several sentence Sunday.
Set up: Katherine sees Kal for the first time in ten years after he up and left her--no explanation, just gone. Needless to say, she is angry.
Katherine crossed her arms over her chest. “What are you doing here?”
Kal pulled his left hand out of his pocket and showed her a small plastic bag. “Buying a video game.”
“I mean, what are you doing in Vanco...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Brenda Dyer on October 30, 2011 at 1:00 PM||comments (10)|
“Bethany! Bethany, nooo!” Mel's shouts filled the darkness as he shot off the bed.
Breeana scrambled off the bed and fumbled around in the dark. Her outstretched hands skimmed over the night table until she felt the lamp. She switched it on and light bathed the room in a soft glow.
Mel stood in the center of the room. His arms thrashed about and his breath whistled out in fast erratic bursts.
“I know you did it, you murdering bastard.” H...Read Full Post »