#SixSunday — My Fair Lady with fangs!

Vampyren, "The Vampire", by Edvard Munch

Vampyren, "The Vampire", by Edvard Munch

Welcome to “Six Sentence Sunday”. Thank you for visiting and especially for any comments you might feel inclined to offer.

This six comes from my urban fantasy novel, My Fair Vampire, currently in editing mode. This scene is pulled from late in the book after Dori has weathered many harrowing experiences under her sire’s tutelage. She is speaking with him, after he shows up unexpectedly to take her to a Council meeting.

Dori speaks first:

“Why are you just now telling me? Why such short notice if this is legit?”

“Have you always been this suspicious?”

Arms crossed, I couldn’t keep the scorn out of my voice.  “Yes.  But I’ve especially honed it over the past few months.”

Ha! I think she’s finally grown a pair!

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29 thoughts on “#SixSunday — My Fair Lady with fangs!

  1. Great response 😀 I don’t remember reading your work before, but I’ll certainly be back for more of this spunky fanged girl.

    • He’s not actually her father, but the vampire who is responsible for making her one too. They have a little bit of a father-daughter dynamic but there is a stronger sexual dynamic at play as well, though this is not a romance but an urban fantasy tale…so far. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

    • THanks, Ryan! 🙂 You nailed it. Dori is a wee bit snarky, mostly because there’s some resentment there toward Donovan. Donovan is scary and protective and a sneaky SOB.

  2. Sounds as though she’s been taking his measure and found him a little short in the truth area. Great six!

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