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Ruth says: Such a enjoyable witty read! He has a fantastic knack for creating characters and bantering dialogue.
Ruth says: Some great imagery in the opening lines. Had me on pins and needles until those final fourteen words!
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Ruth says: I liked the dark undertones here and how they darkened in the closing paragraph, when the prompt came into play like an avenging angel.
Silver James | @SilverJames_
Ruth says: Love how she played with the prompt, was immediately sucked into the story, and left wishing there was MORE than 250 words.
“Dude, told you she was going to be trouble,” the shorter jerk said.
The big one growled—an actual growl that made the girls whimper. “Was that before or after you cold-cold cocked her?”
The big guy leaned against the wall of the truck. “You aren’t wearing a property patch,” he said conversationally.
“I don’t belong to the Hell Dogs.”
“Not too late then.”
Boy was he wrong. “But it *is* too late,” I insisted. “It was too late the moment you bastards bought these girls.”
Big Dude stalked toward me. “We didn’t buy them.” He was close enough now I could see his angry expression. “We stole them. We’re Nightriders.”
Shit. Nightriders? While I was pondering that, he moved. I was disarmed and pressed against him. That fast. “Don’t fight me, sister.”
“I’m not your sister.”
He rubbed his erection against my belly. “Thank God for that.”
“If she’s one of mine, I’ll have your balls for breakfast.” A woman strode past, shining a flashlight on the scared girls. “I’m Sister Pat. You’re safe now.” She eyed the man holding me. “Tame your own demons before you become one, Bishop.”
I glanced up, and couldn’t breathe. He looked like a demon, ready to kill, but I lived with that demon too. Sister Pat could have been talking to me.
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