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Cade & Holly

Chapter One

Cade had finally decided to head to bed when he heard Cliona crying in her bedroom. His heart sank, with the television as loud as he had it she could have been crying for hours. He kicked himself for not thinking she could possibly be emotional tonight after accidentally hurting him again today. She was such a sweet little girl and the most recent one he had adopted out of the foster system. He often took the troubled children, the children nobody else would keep since he felt they needed saving from the system the most. He opened her door but she didn’t notice she was so upset. “Cliona” he said gently as he sat on her bed. He wanted to hold her but she had been horribly physically abused by her birth parents and was easily scared. He knew it wouldn’t bring her the comfort he would be intending to give. “I’m sorry” read more

Nedra & Talmadge 2

Chapter One

Nedra happily walked hand in hand with her husband Talmadge. They were in an absolutely gorgeous place locals called The Crystal Woods. Everything shimmered here and while they weren’t actual crystals but living plants they gave the appearance they were made of crystals and this was the only place in the world, that they knew of anyway that plants looks like this. Their triplets were laughing, exploring all around them but keeping up with their mother and father. Nedra had been living such a happy life with her husband even though her parents and the doctor who realized she was pregnant told her she was making the worst mistake of her life. Talmadge wasn’t a mistake, he and having these children were the best choices she ever made. read more

Sirabi & Ahanu

Chapter One

Sirabi was making another house call today. In cases like this child she’d see them in their home if she could, understanding how hard it was for the parents to get their child ready and to the hospital she worked at. This child, Charles, had a serve case of autism and only to make this childs life harder it was topped off with muscular dystrophy. Today she was going to help with his therapy and evaluate him. His parents were insistent he was in pain still and needed more medication and of course, before it could be granted she needed to sit in with him. read more

Dylan & Eleanor

Chapter One

Dylan kissed his mom on the cheek just before he opened the door to get out of the car. She dropped him off at school every morning after she dropped his younger brother Owen at the elementary school. He was glad, when he heard bus stories he was glad he wasn’t stuck on it every day. His mom, Catalina, even normally let him listen to what he wanted on the radio. His brother didn’t much care so he didn’t even have to worry about Owen wanting a turn. He paused when his fox ears picked up the shrill voice of Amanda Duren and a few of the other girls. He normally didn’t care what they did, they were a bunch of rich spoiled brats who were in the popular crowd with him but he liked to act as if they didn’t exist. Sometimes if only to bring Amanda down a few pegs. read more

Afia & Jameson

Chapter One

The chill of the harsh winter outside the abandon theatre was making the inside unbearable. She had explored the small town and gathered blankets and jackets but no matter how she tried to bundle she still felt like she was going to freeze to death. She wondered if Hypothermia was how she was going to finally go. She had survived twenty five years in this wasteland. She was going to die because people were so heartless and hateful. It all started when America elected the worst president of their history. He was a racist horses ass who started deporting basically everyone who wasn’t white. Eventually his hatefulness caused friction between America and other countries and when America wouldn’t comply a war started. A few dick moves from multiple sides and it turned into a world war that soon truly involved the entire world population. Twenty years in of hate and it devolved into the breakdown of all civilization. When the whole of civilization broke down she was only two years old. read more

Catalina & Shade 4

Chapter One

Catalina woke to her daughter crying again and she rushed out of bed, followed by Shade almsot instantly. Sirabi had thrown up again “Oh baby” It was killing Catalina seeing her daughter so sick. This was the first time in her life Sirabi had been throw up sick.”Mommy, help” she cried. This time she hadn’t made it to her bathroom and was bawling. “I’ll take care of her room, you get her in the bathtub” Shade said and Catalina took her daughters hand to guide her out. As Catalina was running the bath Sirabi said “I’m sorry momma” read more

Sanna & Aias

Chapter One

For about a hundred years humans, vampires, demons, and various other creatures have been living in this world in harmony. It had been a human universe since it’s creation while the other beings kept out of sight but to the jubilation of the other races someone had been brave enough to change all that. As such Sanna, a beautiful fox demon had taken up a job as a live in nanny for a man and his six children shortly after his wife died in a bank robbery. It’s now six years later and Sanna loves each of his six children like they were her own and wishes their father Aias wasn’t still in mourning. read more

Catalina & Shade 2 ~ Revised by Ashley Spivey

Chapter One

Six years of school and Catalina had earned her PhD in forensic anthropology. She should have finished in four years or less but having Shade with her at school proved to be incredibly distracting and she certainly meant incredible. He had been a better fiance and husband than she could have ever dreamed up. That had been another thing that slowed things down when it came to school. Planning her wedding to Shade made her daydream through a few classes. It not only made her miss things but it seemed to really piss off her teachers. read more

Catalina & Shade ~ Revised by Ashley Spivey

Chapter One

Catalina had always been an incredibly intelligent woman. From the time she started school she impressed her teachers and made excellent grades. Because of this she didn’t have many friends and definitely no love interests since most men were intimidated by her. To top it off she hadn’t hit jackpot with looks so she was just a nerdy girl with dreams of forensic anthropology when she graduated at fifteen. Her father knew how much she liked to be alone and even more so how she adored nature so as a reward for doing so well in school and graduating so early he bought miles of land in the mountains and paid to have a cabin built for his daughter. He made sure they found a spot a cabin would fit so they wouldn’t have to take down any of the trees. read more