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#FreeFictionFriday – Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Eight — A Matter of Perspective   Leave a comment

I stood on the porch until my stomach stopped churning, the damp wind raising goosebumps down my bare arms. I was shivering when I finally went back inside the cabin. Marcus was still seated at the table, calmly eating his sausage and eggs. I stopped beside the stove for a moment, rubbing my arms to chase away the chill and to give him a chance to apologize for being disgusting, but he didn’t. Part of me wanted to refuse to eat until he did, but that was being rather childish, and besides, I was starving, my stomach growling, painfully empty. Finally, I sighed and went back to the table.

“So, what happened to make you treat everything like a joke?” I asked, trying not to think about what I was putting into my mouth as I took a bite of eggs.

He stared down at his plate for a moment, pushing the loose eggs around with his fork. “It’s a matter of perspective.”

— Alpha Spirit, Chapter Thirty-Eight — A Matter of Perspective

Alpha Spirit will be on hiatus for the foreseeable future. Will post a more detailed explanation soon.

 

Alpha Spirit Chapter Index

Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Eight — A Matter of Perspective

 

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Moonlight Monday – 1/25/16   Leave a comment

Author’s Note: I hope everyone on the East Coast is staying warm and safe.

See you in two weeks, on February 8th!

Moonlight – Ch. 79

#FreeFictionFriday – Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Six — Spending the Night   Leave a comment

His warm arms around me, the hard edge of the cast pressing into my back, his bare skin against me, hot from the fire and damp from the rain, the intoxicating scent of sweat and aftershave and just a hint of his wolf, the wild, musky scent surrounding me…I stiffened – in more ways than one – and pulled away from him.

“What is wrong with you?” I asked, my face burning as I turned away to hide the sudden bulge in the front of my jeans.

“Sorry,” Marcus said, his words clipped, not quite hiding the anger behind them. “I was just glad you’re all right. I didn’t realize–”

“That I’m gay?” I said, exasperated.

— Alpha Spirit, Chapter Thirty-Six — Spending the Night

I’ll see you next Friday, 1/22/16 for Chapter Thirty-Seven — Wolf Slobber

 

Alpha Spirit Chapter Index

Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Six — Spending the Night

 

Now available from Amazon, Suburban Fantasy #1: The Vampire Next Door

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Moonlight Monday – 1/11/16   Leave a comment

Author’s Note: I hope everyone’s new year is going well. If all goes well, I’ll have good news regarding Memoryache, the third book in the Magebound series, in a couple of months!

See you in two weeks, on January 25th!

Moonlight – Ch. 78

Moonlight Monday – 12/28/15   Leave a comment

Author’s Note: I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and will have a Happy New Year!

See you in two weeks, on January 11th!

Moonlight – Ch. 77

#FreeFictionFriday – Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Four — Stuck   Leave a comment

Panting hard, I raced along the edge of the lake, ignoring the rain that streamed from my shaggy fur. I had no idea what time it was or how long I’d been gone. Marcus had to be frantic. What would he do? Call the police? No. Call the pack, maybe. Would they come to look for me, or did this sort of thing happen often enough that they would write me off as lost and not give it a second thought? Would Marcus even be at the cabin, or would he have left already? I supposed I couldn’t blame him if he had. I did try to bite him, after all. If he hadn’t put out his cast to protect himself…

The smell of wood smoke stung my nostrils and I slowed to a lope, chest heaving as I caught my breath. Through the trees, I could see a curl of pale smoke rising from the chimney of the cabin before it was whisked away by the gusting wind. Marcus wouldn’t leave the fire burning if he had left, would he? Hopeful, I trotted through the ferns toward the front door. A sound made me hesitate and I stopped, crouching behind the trunk of a giant fir.

— Alpha Spirit, Chapter Thirty-Four — Stuck

I’ll see you after the Holidays, 1/8/16 for Chapter Thirty-Five — Communication Issues
Have a great Christmas and New Year’s!

 

Alpha Spirit Chapter Index

Alpha Spirit: Chapter Thirty-Four — Stuck

 

Now available from Amazon, Suburban Fantasy #1: The Vampire Next Door

And: Suburban Fantasy #2: A Visit From the Truth Faerie

Each only $0.99!

Moonlight Monday – 12/14/15   Leave a comment

Author’s Note: I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday!

See you in two weeks, on December 28th!

Moonlight – Ch. 76