Monthly Archives: February 2014

Generation 11 Chapter 46

Chapter 46                 He frequently came in the evenings after that. We talked as we played cards. I learned a few more games. I won some and he won some. His favorite body part … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 45

Chapter 45                 I sighed. The ceiling hadn’t changed its design since the last time I’d lain in bed staring up at it. Vlad had been avoiding me since the last time I’d refused him. Was he planning on leaving … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 44

Chapter 44 “Aeron, why won’t you go through with the pledging ceremony?” Vlad asked as we were getting ready for bed. “Because I don’t know what it entails.” “I can explain it.” “And I’m not sure if I want to … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 43

Chapter 43                 “Fairy, may I have a word?”                 I scowled at the vampire lord, “I do have a name you know.”                 “I know, but vampires are wary of letting others know their names. No disrespected was intended.” … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 42

Chapter 42                 “Don’t.”                 “Don’t show my husband affection? No can do.” He nuzzled my neck.                 “Stop that! The doctor said no sex for two months.”                 “You just smell so good,” he ran his tongue over the … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 41

Chapter 41                 I woke some time later. My breasts ached.                 “You’re awake,” the doctor smiled. He was holding an infant. “Here.”                 “I don’t want it. I am not nursing those children.”                 He shook his head, “She’s … Continue reading

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Generation 11 Chapter 40

Chapter 40                 Vlad drove me to an unfamiliar house.                 “The hospital?” I asked. My back hurt. It had been hurting on and off for awhile now.                 “I was told to bring you here. There is a fully … Continue reading

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