Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yay . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Rory’s at the club and just found his fanged quarry…

“Rory, sir.” Looking up from under my lashes, I smiled and arched into the male’s touch as I asked, “And you are?”

With the quirk of a small smile, he leaned down to whisper in my ear, “I’m Lorccán, though I like the way sir sounds coming from your sweet lips.” Tracing the shell of my ear with a fingertip, he continued to purr, “Why don’t you accompany me outside, piscín.”

I hadn’t expected the vampire to have such an effect on me, not when I knew what he was, dammit. Not trusting my voice, I simply nodded my consent. Lorccán’s hand slid down to my waist and pulled me against his body, before he silently lead me outside. When we reached the club doors, Lorccán motioned to a young, human woman who headed toward us.

“Andy, my sweet, we’re leaving. Please, get the car.”

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Rory’s at the club and just found his fanged quarry…

It was easy to see he was also an aberration, his eyes were a shocking teal. Only the Croí Nochta, the vampires that chose not to hunt and kill humans, retained their eye colour, all the killers had black-void eyes. The stranger stood next to me, body turned, so when I straightened, I was neatly tucked into his form.

The creature was tall—probably a good six-four—lean bodied with a nearly gaunt appearance to his face, which gave him an intense and captivating form. The stranger’s hair was a vibrant red, pulled back into a tail at his neck. He wore an ankle length, flared leather skirt and a lace-up, halter-style, tight leather top—obviously made for a male form. Somehow, it was exceedingly sexy and masculine.

“Mmm, who do we have here?” The aberration’s sensuous voice carried a subtle undercurrent of desire.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Rory’s at the club and is just finishing talking to Chad, the bartender…

A warm shock surged through me as someone ran a hand up my arm. Even through the mesh I could feel the fingers, long and strong, but cool—strange in a place like this.

I knew no human’s touch could cause such a shock. I turned to find the owner of the roving fingers. The stranger trailed his agile digits up, over my shoulder to the back of my neck. I slowly raised my eyes to meet his, curious to see whose hand touched me in such a sensual yet possessive manner.

Wow! Definitely vampire.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Rory’s at the club and is just finishing talking to Chad, the bartender…

“Well, when you find him, let me know. I want to see what kind of man has you so eager.”

Making the circuit a second time, I headed back to the bar. The hairs on my arms suddenly stood on end. I could feel eyes on me, and while that wasn’t unusual—especially in a club—this, I knew, was more than just some mortal ogling my backside.

Arriving back at the bar, I motioned to my empty pint then turned to face the crowd, and sought the one staring at me. After Chad poured me a fresh pint of ale, I turned to pick it up. That’s when things got interesting.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

“Ale please,” I called to the bartender, the one person here I actually knew. He’d hit on me at one of the other clubs I’d checked out earlier in the week.

“Hey, cutie, you following me?” Chad teased, and winked. He knew he had no chance but we were on good terms.

“Ever the hopeful,” I chided with a smile. “Actually, I’m looking for someone specific. Just hope I don’t end up leaving alone tonight.” I winked and kept my smile in place.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8Sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Pubs were fine, I just disliked the seedier ones, you know . . . where ‘no’ doesn’t mean no. I was thankful this wasn’t the usual kind. The two servants I’d chatted with swore the aberration came to this club and would return tonight.

Now to hope I can find him and gain his attention.

Knowing my mark had a thing for leather, I’d dressed in the tightest leather pants I could obtain, and added a tight mesh top that showed off my smooth chest, tattoo, and pierced nipple. Add in the kohl around my eyes, the shimmering platinum ringlets my hair naturally fell into, and the glitter sheen on my cheeks, and I was guaranteed to turn heads. My doll-like appearance was both a blessing and a curse for a warrior.

I approached the bar in a slow saunter, took my time to observe the patrons as I passed.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂

Glamour Blade ~ #8sunday

Yeah . . . it’s Weekend Writing Warriors’ 8 Sentence Sunday! How about another 8 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Entering the club was surreal in the extreme. The music thumped to the point I felt it more than heard it—which, with the hearing of a sidhe, was saying something indeed. The low lights flickered against the dark wood and too many bodies kept the place shifting and mysterious as I looked around. Lights flashed over the dance floor giving a strangeness to the dancers appearance—a sort of ethereal, shimmering draw.

Of course, that was deliberate on the part of the owners, easier to hide in plain sight. Vampires, with their slightly luminous skin, were something to behold under certain types of lighting, unless precautions were taken.

I appreciated that the smoking ban was respected here, since I hated the smell of cigarettes almost as much as the taste of it on my tongue.

I had grown tired of club hopping, especially since I never seemed to be sent to the nicer places.

© Áine P Massie

 

The rules are simple:

  1. Sign up at Weekend Writing Warriors . A new linky list will be posted each week, and remains open to new signups until 11:59 p.m. each Saturday evening.
  2. Post 8 sentences of your writing, making sure to link back to the www.wewriwa.com site. Your 8 sentences should be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST on Sunday.
  3. Then visit other writers on the list, and leave comments. This works best on reciprocity– when someone leaves a comment, try to do the same for them in return. And have fun 🙂

If you have a Twitter account, you can add the hashtag #8sunday to your tweets when you tweet a link to your post. If you’re a writer (regardless of published/unpublished status) come join us! And thank you so much for visiting. 🙂