Six Sentence Sunday — My Fair Vampire

Welcome to my third “Six Sentence Sunday”. Thank you for visiting and especially for any comments you might leave me.

This six comes from an urban fantasy novel I completed a first draft of late last year, book 1 from The Land Of Enchantment series:  My Fair Vampire.

In this scene, newly created vampire, Dori, and her vampire sire, Donovan, have it out after he reveals the truth about her dead mother.

I advanced on him.  “All this time I thought I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time, that you’d preyed on me at random.  How fucking random could it have been if you knew my mother and knew about me!”  I slapped him across his face, hard, but he showed no sign it affected him any more than the brush of a butterfly’s wings.

“Feel better?” he asked.

“A little.”

I plan at least two more novels in the series:  My Fair Phoenix and My Fair Gargoyle. The world needs more urban fantasy set in the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico!!

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Land of Enchantment

37 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday — My Fair Vampire

    • I dunno…I just got some marvelous beta reader feedback a couple of months ago but then set the editing aside to work on my superhero novella, my YA novel, then The PURE. Now I’m feeling the pull again and have started thinking of the plot for book #2, even thinking about teeing it up for NaNo…but, well, I dunno. There just aren’t enough hours in the day sometimes.

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