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Daily Prompt: Feast

From Inside The Grey House:

Edwin’s voice penetrated their thoughts. “What the hell are you doing? You don’t have a present for my coronation, and you feast on this human before I have?”

Natalia laughed again as Vincent slipped out of her. Without a word he pulled his kerchief out of his pocket, cleaned himself off, zipped up then reached between Natalia’s legs and wiped her clean. “I didn’t know I had to wait for your word in my club.”

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Daily Prompt: Vigorously

The Grey House is out on paperback! Kindle will be available soon! For now, I will be sharing exerts from book 2 of the series.

From Inside the Grey House:

Her hands dug into his arms. She knew of the video and audio surveillance, but wasn’t sure about having actual people present while she screwed him. It excited her a little though. “If I say yes now, but want to stop?”

“I’ll never do anything to you that you aren’t willing to have done.”

That was true. She occasionally told him no, and he always stopped. Natalia nodded her head vigorously, letting her desires flood her completely. “Do as you wish, vampire. Show them I belong to you.”

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Daily Prompt: Conscious

From The Grey House:

There was a moment of quiet as the fighters looked around. Joseph was the first to move and went to the wounded wolf. He picked up Orlando and took him closer to the front door. The wolf was still conscious and whimpering. There was a doctor in their van, waiting. Orlando would soon have help. Joseph placed Orlando on the floor, trying to make him comfortable, then turned to the two remaining wolves and Zechariah, who had yet to take a shot. Considering two angry wolves were growling at him, it was a smart move. The vampire went to the Slayer and took the gun without a fuss. He then turned the man around and held Zechariah’s hands behind his back. Joseph stood watching Vincent wondering what his boss would do.

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Daily Prompt: Member

From The Grey House:

The Red Thread was a membership-only club for humans who had a taste for the unique. There were very few humans who knew that the people dressed as monsters were real. Most never found out unless they were chosen as victims. Vincent had hired five vampires to make sure the monsters did not make snacks out of his paying members.

There were also three bouncers in the club who were to follow Vincent’s rules or die. A human, stationed at the street level door, only let members in. A vampire at the bottom of the steps inside, only let members on the guest list pass. Occasionally, humans and other uninvited guests were able to get past the first two bouncers, but then they would meet Jordan. He sat at the top of the steps and sniffed out the liars and the humans.

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Daily Prompt: Water

From The Grey House:

“She runs on the beach after her shift. Likes the privacy.”

Vincent leaned back in the leather chair and looked beyond Richard to the bank of television screens. There were three cameras that pointed toward the beach. He didn’t see anyone on any of them. Richard looked in the same direction then got up and pointed at a screen showing part of the deck. There was a table with a bottle of water, a towel and a backpack on it. Its two chairs were still set on the floor rather than in the storage area, as they should be.

“She’ll set everything right before she leaves. Always does.”

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Daily Prompt: Glass

From The Grey House:

Charlie stood and continued his search of the house. The kitchen was the only other room with anything out of place. Whoever took her came while she was eating breakfast. There was a bowl of congealed cereal sitting on the kitchen table. A hard piece of half eaten toast was next to it, along with a glass of orange juice. A breeze came through the open window and ruffled the paper napkin being held down by the butter stained knife.

Charlie stood clenching his fists, regulating his breathing. There was no use for his wolf form now. Calmed, he took out his cell and called Rebecca.

Half an hour later, he was in Vincent’s limo, wondering, among other things, how the vampire had arrived so quickly.

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Daily Prompt: Door

From The Grey House:

Natalia walked Anthony out the door, down the steps, through the club and out the main entrance. As she passed each bouncer she spoke their name and one word. It would ensure that they let her pass and then remember her. She was sure that Vincent already knew how she had gotten past, so it was more for fun. Also, if they were punished for their folly, the bouncers would at least know why.

Once on the street Natalia led Anthony halfway down the block. There was a line of people waiting by the door of The Red Thread, and she did not want an audience. Once out of sight, she stopped and turned to her prisoner.

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Daily Prompt: Say

From The Grey House:

She opened her mouth to answer but was stopped by a familiar alarm. She turned her head to the left as she realized it was her phone alarm. She had an early breakfast meeting and had set the alarm a few days ago. It was five in the morning. The sun would be up in less than an hour and her appointment was in two hours. Natalia needed to get ready. She tried to get off Vincent, but he held her to him.

“I didn’t say you could leave.” He growled.

“I want to turn off my alarm. And sunrise is sooner than you think.”

Vincent let Natalia go. She grabbed her phone and turned off the alarm. Natalia searched for her clothing but could only find her shorts and panties. Vincent was up and searching for his own clothing. His were all together in a pile on the deck. His cell rang as he picked up his pants. He answered as he sat to slip on his jeans.

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Daily Prompt: Beautiful

From The Grey House:

A tall thin vampire with a shaved head stepped in front of him and tried to get his attention. It still took a minute for Joseph to catch Vincent’s eye. “What is it?”

“We have an intruder.” Joseph spoke quietly and directed Vincent’s attention to the woman in the blue velvet dress. She was speaking to Morgan, or rather; she was ignoring Morgan, who was trying to talk to her.

“Who is she?” Vincent was mildly curious about the olive-skinned woman in the blue dress. Her beautiful black hair was mostly tied back in a French twist, with a few loose strands framing her face. He could not see her eyes, but he assumed they would be dark.

“Human.”

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Daily Prompt: Blood

From The Grey House:

“I can drive her back, no problem, sir, but why? There’s plenty of time to get back before sunrise.” Charlie almost never did anything without questioning Vincent, which sometimes amused his boss and sometimes angered him. This time, Vincent became angry, but answered truthfully.

“There is too much of her blood in the air.”

Charlie’s eyes opened wide, but Vincent’s answer made his stop arguing. “I’ll take her home tonight.”

“She has an appointment with her friend not this morning, but the next. It’s at The Silver Spoon at ten in the morning. Make sure she gets there.”

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