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Special Sneak Preview of TNTC Book Two: Jeremy

Are you sitting on pins and needles waiting for me to Book Two: Jeremy to actually come out? While it is still being written, you can check out the prologue plus the first four chapters right now on for free!! Just click the link below. ((Please note these are first draft chapters))

Jeremy (The Night Touched Chronicles Book 2)

Jeremey (The Night Touched Chronicles Book 2)

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Excerpt from Chapter 4 “The Vampire with the Disctraction”

I cannot believe I found a picture that matched that excerpt so well!

Sneak Peek for you guys!

I have to start getting ready for work soon but I got my ass up early and actually wrote a chapter. Sadly, I see this being my routine. I say ‘sadly’ because I like my sleep. However, I wanted to give you guys a little sneak peek! The titles of the first 16 chapters!! There is one that I am not a fan of, and some of them might be changed but I thought you guys might appreciate this. If you have any suggestions for changes or ideas for upcoming chapter titles, feel free to comment!

Chapter 1- The Playboy at the Party

Chapter 2- The Girl with the Same Death Right

Chapter 3- The Belle at the Ball

Chapter 4- The Vampire with the Distraction

Chapter 5- The Vampire on the First Date

Chapter 6- The Nightmare and the Change

Chapter 7- The Deceit in the Bodega

Chapter 8- The Heartbreak and the Idea

Chapter 9- The Truth in the Lie

Chapter 10- The Blond and the Advice

Chapter 11- The Invitation and the Balcony

Chapter 12- The Glow and the Matress

Chapter 13- The Family and the Move

Chapter 14- The Socialite and the Factory

Chapter 15- The Ex-Girlfriend and the Stakeout

Chapter 16- The Vampires and the Mission

I hope that you guys like the titles and I want to know if you have any guesses about what is going on in the story just by what the titles are. The first person to guess all 16 correctly, I will give you an acknowledgment in the book. Just comment with your answers and your Twitter or Facebook handle and I will message you if you got it right! Good luck!!

He had been a c…

He had been a captain in the army before he died, so whenever we had something that required planning and strategy he took the lead. Even if it meant we would have to do something we really didn’t want to. I walked quickly past him to my room to answer my phone.
“You didn’t have to be that hard on her,” I heard Lily say to him.
“I know, but she had to listen to reason or she was going to get us all killed.” He was right again. If I had walked out that door, I would have ended up getting all of us killed.

Harper was being reckless

Save the girl

I snorted, “So you plan on walking up to him, outing us, and asking him to hand over the information? Good luck with that.”
“No, you’re going to continue to see him.” Jason put his hand on my shoulder.
“Um, no, I’m not.” I started to get out of the chair.
He pushed me back down to the chair, “You are the only one who can get that close to him. He doesn’t know our dirty little secret, but we know his. You will have the upper hand.”
“How am I supposed to keep seeing him now? How can you ask me to do that?”
“You want to save Celine right?” He walked around the chair to face me.
I nodded hesitantly.
“Then this is how it is done. As soon as we have her location, you can do whatever you want with him.”
My phone started to ring in my room. I sat in the chair, staring towards my room. All of my anger had turned into severe hesitation and regret. I could just go and answer it and break it off, that would have made everything much easier on that regard, but I knew Jason was right

I’ll post another section because it’s hard to post too much without giving a lot away

The little old …

The little old man behind the counter started at us as we walked in. He looked like just any other older man, bent over on his stool and smoking a cigarette. If it weren’t for the tiny horns sticking out from under his hair no one would have been the wiser. His tongue flicked out like a snake, tasting the air for what exactly we were.
“You two ladies are not quite what you seem are you?” His voice sounded like gravel under a truck tire.
“I could say the same about you, old timer.” I winked at him and leaned on the counter.
“I think we’re both getting up there,” he smiled at me. His teeth were sharp and pointy, and his gums were black with rot. He cackled hoarsely at his insult and kicked his stubby legs back and forth. I knew I should have been offended but the sight of this pointy, wiggly little man made me laugh.
“I like you; hopefully I can continue liking you. What can you tell me about the Night Touched that was taken recently?” I didn’t want to turn into all business but I knew we needed to find out what we could as quickly as we could.
His face turned solemn and a sickly green, “You are not Slayers; you have no business asking about Night Touched.”
“It’s alright, dear one, we are just trying to find our friend,” Lily cooed at him. She really would have been a wonderful mother if she had been given the chance.
“I should not be talking to you,” he slid off of his stool and disappeared behind the counter. I had to lean over it to make sure he was still there. He waddled around to us, pointing his cane in our faced. “You should leave now.”
He rushed us out, waiving his cane like a sword and hitting our calves. We stumbled out of the shop and he shut his door. The blinking “Open” sign turned off, shortly followed by the rest of the lights. Lily and I exchanged glances and headed toward the next shop.

A snipet of Chapter 6 “The Deceit in the Bodega”

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