Sunday Excerpt — September 21, 2014

More from Sanguine, a science fiction novel with elements of semi-paranormal M/M romance.

Picking from last week.   (There may or may not be some creative punctuation involved.)


“Mira?  What’s going on?” Gregor asked.

Mirela’s gaze never wavered from Gavril’s.   “Ask him,” she said, a challenge in her voice.

Gavril started toward her but Constin stepped between them.   “Gregor, take Mira inside.”

“Come on, Mira.”

Gregor gently turned her toward the castle but she jerked free of him. “No,” she said sharply.  She turned to face Gavril as she drew her dagger.  “I told you before I will not marry him:  I will not be a Blood Whore, nor will I betray my Blood.” 


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11 responses to “Sunday Excerpt — September 21, 2014

  1. oh, she drew her dagger… will she put up a fight?

  2. Intense! I’m intrigued to know what will happen next.

  3. She knows her own mind–great snippet.

  4. Is Mira a redhead? She sounds like the one I’m married to!

  5. Gem

    Your dialogue has a ripple effect that expanded the story and makes me want to know so much more now. Awesome 8!

  6. elainecsc2013

    I didn’t expect this. I like this new element to the story.

  7. hook on this snippet. love how she knows what she wants. see ya next week.

  8. Doing the Sanguine dance! 😀

    I love Mirela—so determined!

  9. Well, no blood whore, but bloody anyway. I can’t wait to see her use the dagger.

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