Sunday, 26 April 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors / #8sunday / 04/26/15

Welcome to this week’s edition of Weekend Writing Warriors!
This week I’m posting a 8-sentence snippet from my chapter in Gypsy’s Wolf, a MM collaborative project by multiple Siren authors.

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“Not this time, bitch.” Gypsy let out a snarl, throwing a bolt of blinding light at the woman.

She shrieked. Quad scrambled back to his paws, eyes narrowed, searching for Lonny, wary of the lengthening shadows lurking in the corners of the bar approaching them. The same somethings he couldn’t quite identify back in the castle.


“Stay where you are or he’s dead.” Lonny reappeared in Quad’s line of sight, ugly expression of smug triumph on his face.

Gypsy's Wolf
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Quad McDaniel’s life changed forever the night he was attacked by a wolf. Now, he turns furry every full moon. Avoiding red meat and anything that makes him aggressive is his prime goal in life. But when his convertible breaks down in some Podunk town, becoming the beast within is no longer a choice. It’s instinctive.
Gypsy Govanivinch just wants to live a quiet life in Trinity Valley, running his roadhouse tavern. He doesn’t need an overly aggressive shifter coming into his town and messing with his peaceful little world, no matter how gorgeous the man looked.
Life never asked Quad or Gypsy what they wanted. It simply gave them what they needed, whether they agreed or not. Fate brought them together but it’s up to Quad and Gypsy to stay alive long enough to appreciate what they’ve been given. And when others work to prevent that, fighting together might be the only chance they have of surviving.