- Siobhan Muir | @SiobhanMuir
- Silver James | @SilverJames_
- Katheryn J. Avila | @katheryn_avila
- Bill Engleson | @billmelaterplea
- Tina Glasneck | @TinaGlasneck
- Sheilagh Lee | @SweetSheil
- Angela K. Roe | @AngelaKRoe
- Kelly Heinen | @Aightball
Katheryn J. Avila | @katheryn_avila
Charmarie says: I really enjoyed this story, but there was just that little bit extra that had me picking the other story as the winner. I enjoyed this one and the questions it posed for me, but I had a little bit of confusion when reading this piece and it took me a bit to understand it fully. I liked that it ended with more questions like the winner's piece did, but I wanted just a little bit more mystery going on in the story.
Angela K. Roe | @AngelaKRoe
Charmarie says: I liked this piece too. It was full of angst and I could sympathize with the characters and what they were dealing with and what they were willing to give up. I felt that this one also needed something more to give it that extra oomph. It was touching to me because I am a mom and I can understand their angst and grief, but I wanted more details on who the guy was they were talking to and what happened to their daughter in the first place. I think that this could be a great story with just a bit more to it.
Silver James | @SilverJames_
Charmarie says: I thoroughly enjoyed his piece. It gave me chills and left me wanting so much more. I love when I am wanting more and if it doesn't call out to me and ask me to keep reading, then I have a hard time to keep reading it. I am a person who enjoys leaving readers wanting more and I tend to really enjoy looking for that in the writing that I read. It left me with questions that I definitely want the answers to. Very good writing and he even caught his mistake :-)
The Prez’s voice scraped against his nerves and his wolf whined. Cowboy stuffed his inner animal deeper into his psyche. He looked up, met Lucky’s gaze for a brief moment to acknowledge. “Done.”
He watched the girl through eyes shaded by his trademark Stetson. This bar was a Hell Dog hangout and he’d left his Nightrider cut in his truck. New to the Oklahoma chapter, he had to prove himself, infiltrating enemy territory his first step.
A Dog grabbed her ass, laughed. Cowboy marked the biker. Waited. The girl finally went out back for a break. The Dog followed her. He found them in the alley, the girl pressed against the wall, crying.
He could do what he came to do, even with her standing there wide-eyed and terrified. “Don’t look.”
She closed her eyes and he struck. Blood sprayed and she gasped.
Cowboy gathered her into his arms, walked away. “You’re dead, babe,” he murmured. “You can’t ever go back. Understand?”
“S’okay. You’re also mine now. I’ll take care of you. Always.”
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