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Glow - Book Two, Chapter 8

Jesse left for a few days after that. Faisal said he was on some sort of shopping expedition out of town – he wasn’t too clear on the details, and Enioreh thought probably it was because Faisal had been having a hard time paying attention to anyone since he’d gotten so wrapped up in his world of science and technology. 1,764 more words

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Chapter 7

Hours later, Faisal, Jesse, the Prince and Enioreh were sitting around a wooden table, eating (or pretending to, at least.) The Prince and Enioreh kept exchanging wary glances as they pushed the potent-smelling portions around their plates. 2,069 more words

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Chapter 6

Faisal hurried up the forest paths and out of the park beside the Prince, Jesse and Enioreh tagging along. Hedoniet responded loudly and vaguely to the Prince’s sciencey-questions – Faisal seemed to think he had a much better grasp of how things worked than he actually did. 3,099 more words

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Red Revolution: Chapter 1 Calling Out The Devil

She mixes her words, she dances to the tune playing in the back. She tries to rise the flames of this man that entered her room. 388 more words

Jesse Abundis

Chapter 5

Enioreh noticed, a little at a time, that she was alive and deeply breathing.   They were sitting on the ground – the Prince and she. He was slumped against her shoulder – breathing deeply, too. 3,064 more words

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Glow, Part Two - Chapter 4

Enioreh considered making a run for it, but without an escort she’d never find her way to the terrace. And even if she did, somehow, chances were slim she’d find an unprogrammed Cycloball – there would be security fields to keep non-royal Cycs away. 4,378 more words

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Bad Fall Links

Bad Fall Links

Bad Fall is a Romantic Suspense by Dellani Oakes set in small town Ohio. Frank Atherton is ex-military. After several tours of duty, he has finally come home and hopes to leave a quiet, if boring life. 564 more words

Dellani Oakes