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The waves crashed on the shore, lapping ever closer to his toes. The water shimmered, a vibrant mix of pink and red and gold, as the last of the sun’s rays danced across it. To read the rest of this …

Week 23 – Who knew tears could burn Read More »

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“Stay. Please.” Please? Why was he asking her to stay like she had a choice? He had her. He knew it. She couldn’t go anywhere if she wanted to. And she did want to. To read the rest of this …

Week 22 – Stay Read More »

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She was breathing hard. It felt good to feel alive again. To feel like a real person and not the mindless killing machine that Storm’s parents had turned her into. To read the rest of this scene simply subscribe to …

Week 21 – But remember just for tonight Read More »

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She waited until he got close. He wasn’t vigilant around her anymore. He thought he had complete control over her. He thought she was his docile pet. He was wrong. To read the rest of this scene simply subscribe to …

Week 20 – Shoving the gun in his bloodied mouth Read More »

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“Don’t! Stop that!” Lacey giggled as she squirmed on the bed. “Stop? The tickle monster can’t stop,” Steven chuckled as he continued to tickle his three-year-old daughter. To read the rest of this scene simply subscribe to my newsletter and …

Week 19 – Stop that Read More »

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