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Sunday, 28 February 2016

#WeWriWa Lost Time Teaser 9 #8Sunday #timetravel

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Here's another 10 from one of my old favourites, Lost Time, an erotic time-travel romance. (published January 2013) Skipping ahead a bit, Hannah has arrived in Llandeilo (Wales) and purchases a bus ticket to Swansea after overcoming yet another language barrier with the ticket agent who then kicks her out of the bus depot, two hours before the bus is due in...

“What am I going to do? Wait outside?” And, as if things couldn’t be any worse, it began to piss rain.  

The lady pointed to the pub down the street where some sketchy-looking men milled around out front, in the mounting fog. “Perhaps you could go enjoy a cuppa,” she suggested.   

“I can’t…” Hannah paused when she heard the glass door lock behind her, the lights inside darkening. 

“Oh, this is a magical trip. It just keeps getting better and better,” she complained to herself as the rain took on a steady beat.

She looked down the street. Maybe she could get a cup of coffee in one of the establishments, she thought, but changed her mind when she realised the shadows down by the pub seemed to be moving in her direction. 
 
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7 comments:

  1. Sounds like she needs some help, and soon!

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  2. Things seem to be going from bad to worse. You are building up to the critical part of the story very nicely.

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  3. OMG! OMG! I'd be freaking out. Seriously, I don't even know what I'd do in her situation. I hope things turn out ok.

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  4. I suspect a hero is about to enter the picture. Nice tension in this snippet. :)

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  5. Exactly what Monica said. Good time for the hero to appear. :-)

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