Saturday, January 5, 2019

No time to shift. Read an #8Sunday snippet from BUNNY OMEGA ON THE RUN #LGBTQ #MPreg #romance #Omegaverse


Hello and welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Happy New Year to you all! I hope you all had a great last couple of weeks! Today I'm going to start sharing from a book I finished last month tentatively titled BUNNY OMEGA ON THE RUN. It's an MPreg Omegaverse Pop Star Shifter Romance. It's something new for me, but I had this idea in my head and wanted to write it. 

Set-up: This snippet is from the beginning of the story in Kish's POV.


I eyed the barrel of the 9mm pointed at my face. Clutching my hands behind me, I tried to hide the excessive shaking throughout my body. “It’s okay. You can pay me later. I’ll...I’ll just be going now.” Anything to get away from there alive.

The lanky, bald man in the black suit clicked the safety off. “There won’t be another time.”

Without waiting for a shot to be fired, I spun around and bolted down the street. I had no time to shift; I simply ran. 



Bunny Omega on the Run (Shifter Towers book one):

As a pop star, I never expected to find true love. Not in a world where everything is temporary and often fake. But then he ran into me. Not once, but twice. My tiger instantly recognized him as my mate. Now, I just have to convince Kish that what we have is real.

The oldest of ten kids, I saw what my mother went through after my father left. After that, I started taking blockers so I would never go into heat, never have kids. Because love was for the weak. And I was doing just fine on my own.

Then I met TK. Literally smacked right into him. But no matter how much I wanted it to be true, I refused to believe that he could love a bunny shifter from the wrong part of town.

More details coming soon


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29 comments:

  1. Exciting start - right into a sticky situation! Lots of questions too, that I hope will find answers in due course...

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    1. That's exactly what I was going for. Thank you, Ian!

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  2. Nice! Oh, that first line is perfect! It's a great in medias res start, and the first person really pulled me in to the MC's plight.

    Happy New Year, Jessica! :-)

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    1. Perfect! Thank you so much, Teresa! Happy New Year!

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  3. Exciting and special. Happy New Year

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  4. Love the beginning. Wham! Right into the action.

    Kind of cool that we're both trying something new this year. Good luck!

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    1. Thanks so much, Diane! Yes, that's what I wanted. :)

      Sometimes we have to go to something new. I think it keeps the creative juices flowing. Good luck to you as well!

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  5. Nice new start! Engaged me immediately. Happy New Year and new project!

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  6. Excellent hook into the reader and that ending leaves me wanting more. I can't wait to see what happens next! Great start to this story!

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    1. Thank you very much, Jenna! More to come next week. :)

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  7. Interesting snippet! Lots of action...

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    1. Thank you, Veronica! I like to start in the middle of the action. :)

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  8. Exiting! I already like the character, and the title is certainly an attention grabber.

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  9. Danger draws us right into this character.

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  10. Thank you, Ed! That's what I was hoping for. :)

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  11. I agree with the others - racing start and fun bunny hop!

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  12. Sorry I'm late getting here - day didn't unfold as I expected.
    Well that opening line gets your attention. Action from from line one.
    Tweeted.

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    1. Hope today is better for you! Thank you! I'm glad it grabbed your attention. :)

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  13. Hope this doesn't end with a bullet in the back! o.O

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    1. Well, that wouldn't be a good romance if one of the main characters was shot at the beginning of the story. I'd save that for later. ;)

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  14. Whew- hope running fast is enough!

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  15. Right into action! Great scene and I want to know if running away is good enough. How do you outrun a bullet? Yikes!

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