Glamour Blade ~ #SixSunday

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior has just made contact with the vampire he was hunting, and they are just leaving in his car . . .

Leaning down, Lorccán lightly bussed his lips across Rory’s temple, feathering gently on both eye lids and finally he felt the softest of touches on his lips. He gasped at the sudden tingle that shot through him. When his lips parted Lorccán seemed to take that as an invitation and began to use more force as his lips began to caress Rory’s.

Deepening the kiss, while his hands began to explore more of his body, Lorccán’s tongue teased across Rory’s bottom lip, seeking entrance. He couldn’t seem to hold back the moan, or the slight shiver that raced throughout his body. Opening wider to allow him entrance, Lorccán plundered Rroy’s willing mouth, tasting everything he could reach.

  

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Glamour Blade ~ #SixSunday

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior has just made contact with the vampire he was hunting, so let’s sit back and watch the sparks fly . . .

Rory hadn’t expected the vampire to have such an effect on him — he knew what he was, dammit. Not trusting his voice, he simply nodded his consent to follow. Lorccán’s hand slid down to his waist and pulled him against his form gently, before silently leading him outside.

Once outside the club, Lorccán motioned to a human girl, young woman really, who was heading toward the doors. “Andy, my sweet, we’re leaving. Please get the car.”

  

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  1. Pick a project – a current Work in Progress, contracted work or even something readers can buy if you’re published
  2. Pick six sentences
  3. Post ‘em on Sunday

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Six Sentence Sunday ~ Glamour Blade

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior has just made contact with the vampire he was hunting, so let’s sit back and watch the sparks fly . . .

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

“Rory, sir.” Looking up from under his lashes, he smiled coyly and arched into the man’s touch as he asked, “and you are?”

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

  

piscín – kitten

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  2. Pick six sentences
  3. Post ‘em on Sunday

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Six Sentence Sunday ~ Glamour Blade: Intriguing Stranger

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior has just encountered the vampire he was hunting at the club and everyone wanted to know more about the “intriguing” stranger, so . . .

He was tall – probably a good six-four – lean bodied with a nearly gaunt appearance to his face. Strangely, that seemed to give him a more intent and captivating appearance. The stranger’s hair was a vibrant red, pulled back into a tail at his neck, and his eyes were a shocking teal. 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.

 

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  2. Pick six sentences
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Six Sentence Sunday ~ Glamour Blade

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior has just encountered the vampire he was hunting at the club . . .

Rory slowly turned to find the owner of the roving fingers. The stranger trailed his agile digits up, over his shoulder to the back of his neck, before meeting his gaze. Wow! Definitely vampire, aberration, he noted. The stranger was standing next to him, body turned so that just from straightening up he was neatly tucked into his form.

Rory found the stranger intriguing.

For those new to this, the rules are simple:

  1. Pick a project – a current Work in Progress, contracted work or even something readers can buy if you’re published
  2. Pick six sentences
  3. Post ‘em on Sunday

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Six Sentence Sunday – Glamour Blade

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar series?

Our sidhe warrior is just making a second circuit of the club when things get interesting for him . . .

He could feel eyes on him suddenly, and while that wasn’t unusual – especially in a club – this, he knew, was more that just some mortal ogling his backside. Making it back to the bar, he turned to face the crowd – read seek who was staring at him – while Chad poured him another ale. It wasn’t till he turned to pick up his drink that things got interesting though.

A warm shock surged through him when someone ran their fingers up his arm. Even through the mesh he could feel that the fingers were long and strong, but cool – strange in a place like this. But, no human’s touch would cause such a shock!

For those new to this, the rules are simple:

  1. Pick a project – a current Work in Progress, contracted work or even something readers can buy if you’re published
  2. Pick six sentences
  3. Post ‘em on Sunday

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Six Sentence Sunday – Blood Bound

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Blood Bound – book 2 in the House Millar series?

Hearing the music begin I imagined a gentle breeze blowing through the room, causing autumn leaves to dance, drawing me into the swirl and motions with them. I quickly became lost in the fluid motions and sensuous pulsing of the music; the wanton abandon that always seemed to accompany dancing, whether for self or others. As my body arched up, twisting and undulating to the life and love, I became ‘living’ art for those few Lady Shirin had gathered here. I knew what such motions did to my own lovers but was not sure how the others would react.

I had been nervous prior to the music starting, since I hadn’t danced like this for anyone other than my teacher and some of my family. I didn’t have to worry about how I moved; no risk of discovery here.

 

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  2. Pick six sentences
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Six Sentence Sunday – Blood Bound

Yea . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about 6 sentences from my WIP, Blood Bound – book 2 in the House Millar series?

I knew exactly what he’d just gone through, though I didn’t know how deep the connection was – did he watch or did he feel too? “What he just witnessed and to an extent felt was . . .” I couldn’t find the words to explain such sick, vile, wickedness.

Simon collapsed in my lap, his head on my knee. He managed to articulate one thought before losing himself to the sobs breaking through his control. “The mutilation of your soul.”

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Six Sentence Sunday: Glamour Blade

Happy Sunday!

Welcome to my six. He’s a snippet from my paranormal WIP, Glamour Blade, book 3 in the House Millar series. This week continues (with only 2 sentences between) from where we left off last week.

Bars are fine I just dislike the seedier ones, you know . . . where no doesn’t seem to mean no. Thankfully this was not the usual. Two servants that I was able to convince to chat with me swore the aberration had been to this club lately and was supposed to be returning, tonight. Now to hope I can find him and gain his attention. Knowing he had a thing for leather I had dressed in my tightest leather pants, 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 that my hair naturally falls into, and the glitter sheen on my cheeks and I was guaranteed to turn heads.

Thanks for stopping in and having a peak!

Six Sentence Sunday: Glamour Blade

Trying something new . . . Six Sentence Sunday. How about 6 sentences from my WIP, Glamour Blade – book 3 in the House Millar seires?

Entering the club was surreal in the extreme. The music was thumping to the point I could feel it more than hear it – which, with my hearing, is saying something, truly. The lights were low though there were flashing lights over the dance floor that made everyone have a strangeness to their appearance. Of course, that was probably deliberate on the part of the owners – easier to hide in plain sight that way. (Vampires with their slightly luminous skin were something to behold under some lights, unless precautions were taken.) I was appreciative of the fact that the smoking ban was respected here; hate the smell almost as much as the taste it leaves on my tongue.

 

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  1. Pick a project – a current Work in Progress, contracted work or even something readers can buy if you’re published
  2. Pick six sentences
  3. Post ‘em on Sunday

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