Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Paranormal Love Wednesday



It has been a while since I participated in one of these hops, and since one of my goals is to be more active posting on my blog, I thought I'd jump right back in.

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Here's mine...



excerpt from my short story Demon Song

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     He didn't advance further upon her. What did he want? Amelia had a sudden urge to run her fingers over his curled horns, to see if his skin was soft like satin or hard like steel. She shook her head, resisting the desire to touch him even though her body stood. Twigs fell from her arms and hair. "Who are you?"

     "Vayne." His voice was a whispering growl, gravelly but sensual, rolling out of his mouth and making the hairs on her arms stand.

     "What do you want from me?" A breeze drifted in the moonlight, had it turned night already where had the time gone, causing a chill to slide down her neck. She didn't dare take her eyes off the demon. Her heart thundered in her chest, begging her to run from the evil, but her feet stayed firmly planted on the ground, not even a twitch.

     "A mate. I know what you are."

     Amelia closed her eyes as his voice rumbled out, caressing her. How did he do that? "I'm nothing, a simple human."

    Vayne closed the distance between them and his hand reached out for her before he closed his midnight black fist and dropped it to his naked side. "You are not nothing and far from simple."

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Blurb:
     Amelia has heard a song coming from the pool since she was a little girl. She hadn't expected a seductive demon to be the one singing to her. When the creature shows himself all of her memories come flooding back with an unexpected fire.

Buy link: Amazon




6 comments:

  1. Wow, nice snippet! I've one clicked it. :)

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    1. Thank you and I hope you enjoy the short story.

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  2. Great excerpt! I really liked your blurb, too.

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    1. Thank you. I always have a hard time with blurbs so I'm glad to know I did a good job :)

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