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I know, it took FOREVER. Sorry about that!!! Due to some complications on my end, then major construction at my editor's home and various other surprises, the release took a little longer than I anticipated.
But--Prince Gaap's story is now here!
Here's a short preview--
The moon hung low in the sky. Pale blue light rippled over the lapping waves. The soft shush-shush of the ocean licked at the shimmering white sand like a lover.
Lili spread her blanket in the secret little cove, hidden by a pair of boulders rising out of the sand like breasts laid out as an offering.
“Apt,” she murmured. With a gust of warm wind, the ties on her shift loosened and the rough material swished against her naked skin, as if the weather was in collusion with her intent to offer herself to the Prince of Demons.
Lili constructed a small ring of stones near the edge of the water with careful precision, close enough that if the fire tried to spread the seawater would put it out and yet far enough inland to burn. She arranged the dry tinder in the circle, making a little teepee, then threw in the shredded pieces of clothing she’d worn yesterday.
She would have never done something like this before.
Before Brian had died.
Before her life had been reduced to scrabbling for existence.
She remembered the world before the Demons had been freed.
She’d been in computer sales. She’d had a good life in the city. A condo in a high rise and her fiancé in her bed. Sewing, hand stitching, had been a hobby. An activity that linked her to her roots and helped her stay connected to her grandmother who lived in a quaint cottage in Ireland.
But once the Demons emerged, the energy in their bodies disrupted the electricity grids. Soon after they ascended from the depths of their Hell, systems started going haywire. Within a month, the entire world’s electronic infrastructure had crumbled. The information highway was a rutted, unused back road. Banks, stock markets, and the tech industry collapsed without the proper conduits in place.
The entire world regressed to a pre-electronic age.
And without the electronics to power systems, other industries soon fell into chaos. Ten years later the entire world had gone back to an age she had barely even read about. She’d had to relearn how to do everything without the aid of electricity.
The reality of her daily life still had the power to throw her.
But she’d dealt with everything until yesterday.
Yesterday. Before she’d delivered the bookseller’s wedding dress. Before the Fae had attacked her.
Yesterday had been the final straw. They’d attacked her.
The memory of their hands groping, hurting played in her mind like an old-fashioned movie strip. Each roll of the film sickened her more and more, until she wanted to scream and explode with her rage and her fear.
Every single miserable moment in her life could be attributed to the Fae. And she wanted them to pay.
She would get her revenge.
And who better to use than the mortal enemy of the Fae? The Demons.
Specifically, Prince Gaap. He commanded all of the Water Elemental Demons.
The urge to hum a protective chant was strong but she knew she needed to wait. The instructions she’d found on how to summon a Demon were very specific. When the fire was lit and the flames fanned into a crackling offering, she lay down on the blanket, feeling a bit silly, even though her purpose was deadly serious.
Only the Demons could aid her revenge against the Fae.
The sand chilled her through the wool weave of the old blanket. Goosebumps shivered across her skin and pebbled her nipples.
Lili closed her eyes and called a Demon.
“Gaap,” she whispered as she slid her hands up her body to cup her breasts. “I offer myself to you in exchange for your help.”
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