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This snippet picks up from last week’s, from my still unnamed FF vampire novel. It’s also extremely raw (as in, I just finished writing it a little bit ago) so don’t look too closely.
Livi was mildly surprised to see that the driver of the roadside assistance truck was a woman, and more than a little amused when her heightened senses registered the rapid heartbeat and scent of arousal. The woman was shorter than she was, with curly sandy blonde hair and curves that the coveralls didn’t quite conceal; tonight just might be fun after all.
“Livi,” she said, smiling. She held out her hand and when the driver took it she felt a flash of something she couldn’t quite identify.
“I’m Sam – Samuelle.” Taking a deep breath she wondered why she’d bothered giving her full name; she usually didn’t, especially not to a customer.
Turning to the car to steady herself she noticed that the spare tire was propped against the rear bumper, ready and waiting. Apparently the woman was more than a pretty face and gorgeous body.