Six Sentence Sunday 29/07 #25


More roleplay characters! This time my A-Z of Flash Fiction takes me to ‘P,’ the trigger word being ‘pant.’

This is Tristen, my angel faced vampire who has gone home with a young man who he tries hard not to eat. He has followed him home and the pair have been forced to use the stairs to the sixth floor of the apartment building because the lift is out of order.

~At the top of the stairs Tristen waits for Roman to follow….

Tristen shrugged, struggling to keep from saying the words that would explain his ease on the steep stairs, and also give away his secret. Instead he lounged against the wall and watched the other man pant gently. A thin film of sweat glistened on his brow.

The urge to stroke it away – lick it away – was unbearably strong, but Tristen was more than used to resisting dangerous urges. He turned aside, gave his own body a second or two of recovery. “Nice place,” he mused, pretending to survey the hallway.

And that the end of another Six Sentence Sunday for this week. All the other authors taking part can be found by using the banner-link below, so be sure to check them out.

See you next week!

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About Ileandra Young

I'm a thirty-*mumbles* year old (purple loving, cheese worshipping) author of fantasy, juggling a pair of beautiful twin boys with my burning desire to make up stories and write them all down. When I get the chance, I play games, listen to music, and in days long past I even ran a radio show. Though I occasionally write non-fiction, my heart lives in fantasy and my debut novel, Silk Over Razor Blades is now available through Amazon along with part two of the trilogy, Walking The Razor's Edge.
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2 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday 29/07 #25

  1. Ryan Derham says:

    Very vivid description! Like his inner conflict which you describe well. Intriguing story.

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