Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook group for LGBTQ+ authors, readers, and bloggers to gather once a week and share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation.
Being a sequel, In Love and Death is set directly after In Pain and Blood. Some snippets will contain spoilers of those events.
Following last week’s snippet…
By the way Dylan’s brow creased with concerned bewilderment, the man had caught the thread of hostility in Tracker’s voice.
Gritting his teeth, he breathed slowly until the urge to shed the woman’s blood had waned. “Why? You are not beholden to her. To anyone.” The warrior had outright said she didn’t consider Dylan as a lover, that she harboured some twisted logic where having sex with the spellster supposedly kept him under her control.
And worse, it seemed to work. Not for the reason she believed, but because of Dylan’s nature, that deep-rooted need to please those the man considered close to him.
Seeing her exploitation bearing fruit had him itching for his knives.
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2 thoughts on “Rainbow Snippets: Twisted logic.”
Poor Dylan. It can be difficult to determine the difference between an ally and an enemy when you’re the one at the center of the drama.
Heh, love that last line. 🙂