I wrote a little six book series called Lakehouse Security. The last book, Repeating Love, came out last month in
October. In that series one of the main characters is the head of a secret
government team called Demon Elite. I
decided to do a spin-off series.
The first book of the series is called Crash and will be available through
eXtasy Books at the beginning of the year.
Elijah could feel his heart boom out a fast rhythm
against his chest as Crash pulled the gun from his waistband and pulled the
door open just a crack. Crash’s raised the gun and held his arm out through the
crack, letting anyone out there know he had a gun and would shoot.
“I’ve got this.”
Crash pulled the door open and propelled them forward.
He moved so fast Elijah felt like he was floating. Crash basically carried him
wherever he wanted Elijah to go. He thought about how he must look, plastered
up against Crash as if he was physically attached to the guy. It was a weird
thing to think about in that moment when two cops were pointing guns at their
Crash walked backwards, not taking his eyes off the
cops, who were advancing slowly. “When we get to the elevators, press the
button to open the doors,” Crash whispered to him.
Elijah nodded. “Okay.”
One of the cops moved his body slightly and Crash
said, “I wouldn’t if I were you. I’ll get a shot off before I go down.”
Elijah clung to Crash at just the thought of one of
those cops shooting him. “Please,” Elijah whispered.
“Go to the elevators,” Crash whispered back.
“No. I can’t leave you.”
“Do it now, Elijah.” Crash made a gesture with his
head, telling Elijah to go to the elevators on the left side of the hallway.
Elijah pressed the button and then practically ran to Crash, grabbing the back
of his shirt in his fist. He tried to pull Crash back, wanting him to move
faster, but it was like trying to push a wall. Impossible.
The elevator door dinged and Elijah pulled harder. A
shot went off and Elijah couldn’t tell whose gun it was. He heard something hit
the floor and thought maybe Crash had dropped the gun which didn’t make sense.
Crash turned and grabbed Elijah so quickly it startled him, making him squeal
in surprise. He clung to Crash as they moved into the elevator just as the
doors were about to shut.
Elijah started to run his hands over Crash, trying to
find out if he was injured, when Crash put him down. “Are you okay? I thought I
heard you drop the gun.”
“I’m fine. I’m the one that took the shot. At the
floor and then gave them back their gun. One less crime I just committed if
they got it back. Just needed to keep them off us for a few seconds. Long
enough to get in the elevator.” He had a scowl on his face as he looked at
Elijah. “Next time I tell you to do something. You don’t argue.”
Elijah took a step away from Crash. He nodded his head
once, indicating that he understood, and wrung his hands together. The elevator
door opened and Elijah took a step forward.
“Not this one. Wait until the next one. They’ll be
looking to see what floor we get off of. They’ll think we took the first floor
the elevator stopped on.”
Crash pressed the closed door button and they were
closed in again. “I know what I’m doing. You have to trust me.”
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This is a little different
then my Friday post on April Kelley’s blog as I’m going to show use a little
about the things I was working on before I went into MM – saying this it means
there will def be some female parts (maybe a LOT of them, especially early on)
Anyway, I decided to do this
for a little holiday treat. Hope you enjoy
Note: this is an OLD file,
well before I learned anything other than just writing. So you may find
sentences that don’t finish, or quite make sense, and I apologies in advance
for that. I did not re-read the story before posting.
Wish to start
with the fact that I do plan on writing this series, though it’s dark. Blood and
sex dark and I can’t wait to get into it. I don’t mind sharing because there
are 2 main books to come before this one will be re-written and published
I hate it when it
happens, as ever since I had my bout of Swine Flu that landed me in the
hospital for 6 weeks as my body suffered the consequences.
Ever since then I have
been getting sick in a way different than before. Saying I will get sleepy and
lake in energy throughout the week and then end up with 3 days of intense
symptoms and then, done.
That was my last week.
I had a 2 hour nap in the middle of the day (tried once not to and yet fell
asleep, nearly sleeping through picking my kids up) and then by dinner time I was
bone tired again. itchy sour eyes and everything.
This time round I had
vividly real dreams, however that could be because of the massive heat wave. But
who knows. Anyway, over the week I did a little more work on my how to ebook. I
feel like I’m missing something massive, and there’s no way I’ll be able to pay
for it to be proof read – not yet anyway. However I’m thinking I’ll put it up
on my blog (and BonyDee blog) which will be able to download and either see if
I’m correct (or tell me if I’m missing anything) or well use it.
I’d like to get it out
as soon as possible, though I know its probably still a little rough. As I see
if you can’t really help anyone if its sitting in my file box.
This week I really want
to get at least one of my stories finished.
I want to download and
start learning how to use Photoshop (idesign as Photoshop basic isn’t what I need)
however I want to use them both together and then separately as I can’t really
afford both products and yet if I need both then I’ll have to. but I’ve had the
first for a week trail and if I download then second for the trial that will
give me a week without the first.)
And that’s about it. Mostly
I just want to finish at least one of my books this month, then the other 2 in
the following month. However I do believe I will be having family time after Christmas,
which means I’ll just take my laptop out and write while they do other things. Swim
mostly, they always swim if there able to.
I’m saying this as I’m
not going to start the following years program of writing (which includes 8
complete fresh ideas and 2 revamps)
And that’s for me this
week, thanks for sticking round
Follow Will & Patrick as they do the
holidays in this third installment of the romantic-comedy serial, Wake Up Married, by best-selling author Leta Blake
and newcomer Alice Griffiths!
A couple’s first holiday season is always a special time. Thanksgiving,
Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are magical when you’re in love. Too bad Will and
Patrick’s marriage is a sham and they’re only faking their affection for each
other. Or are they?
Sparks fly in this episode of the Wake
Up Married serial. Will the sexual tension between Will and Patrick
finally explode in a needy night of passion? Or will they continue to deny