Tag Archives: Jacqueline Bell

Seventeen – 04

[This post is from David O’Credne Miller’s point of view.] “You were out,” Bryant said, glancing to the side, as if checking something, before his gaze met David’s again.  “We spent quite a bit of time speaking with him and … Continue reading

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Seventeen – 03

[This post is from David O’Credne Miller’s point of view.] David jerked upright and every bone and muscle in his body screamed in protest.  His throat was dry, but he knew that he’d must have said something upon waking because … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 09

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] “What happened to them?” He knew that he shouldn’t have asked the question.  It simply slipped out before he could think too much about it, and as soon as the words … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 08

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] Her hands were deft, her movements certain—she knew what she was doing, he had to give her that.  Bryant could tell that much easily enough.  While he didn’t have his father’s … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 07

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] “You’re  afraid of that cost.” “Shouldn’t I be?”  It was keep a bitter note from his tone, and despite his efforts, it leaked in nonetheless.  “Look at what it’s already costing … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 06

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] “It’s not an easy responsibility to shoulder,” she said, her gaze still on him even as he assiduously avoided returning it.  Bryant kept his eyes trained on David, watching his friend … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 05

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] He glanced at the rest of his friends—still sleeping—then crept closer to her, keeping his voice low.  “I guess not,” he murmured, looking from her to David.  “How bad do you … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 04

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] The woman glanced around as she slipped past him and into the cottage, as if taking in the sight of his companions sleeping on various cots, clothing washed as best they’d … Continue reading

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Sixteen – 03

[This post is from Bryant Tapping’s point of view.] Sleep came as soon as his head hit the pillow, in fact, and he didn’t stir until someone knocked on the cottage door.  It was a quiet sound, though the cadence … Continue reading

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Seven – 04

[This post is from Kailey’s point of view.] Breath burned in her lungs as her strides ate up the distance between the orchard and the gates, gates that still stood open despite everything they’d been through over the years—a side … Continue reading

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