Tag: Jeaniene Frost

Up From the Grave – Jeaniene Frost

Crunch. The sound was a relief. So was the sudden limpness in the form underneath her. It was over. She jumped off the body before it started leaking as they all did. Then she stood at attention, careful not to look directly at the old man who watched her from behind a thick layer of […]

Twice Tempted – Jeaniene Frost

This wasn’t the first time I’d woken up as a captive. It wasn’t even the second. I so needed to reevaluate my life choices. From past experience, I knew not to snap my eyes open or alter my breathing. Instead, I took inventory while pretending I was still unconscious. Headache, no surprise, but other than […]

This Side of the Grave – Jeaniene Frost

The vampire pulled on the chains restraining him to the cave wall. His eyes were bright green, their glow illuminating the darkness surrounding us. “Do you really think these will hold me?” he asked, an English accent caressing the challenge. “Sure do,” I replied. Those manacles were installed and tested by a Master vampire, so […]

One Grave at a Time – Jeaniene Frost

“Donald Bartholomew Williams, get your ass back here now!” My bellow still hung in the air when movement drew my gaze to the right. Just behind a headstone shaped like a small, weeping angel stood my uncle. Don stared at me as he tugged on his eyebrow in a way that expressed his discomfort more […]

One Foot in the Grave – Jeaniene Frost

I WAITED OUTSIDE THE large, four-story home in Manhasset that was owned by a Mr. Liam Flannery. This wasn’t a social call, as anyone looking at me could tell. The long jacket I wore was open, leaving my gun and shoulder holster clearly visible, as was my FBI badge. My pants were loose-fitting and so […]

Once Burned – Jeaniene Frost

I parked my bike in front of the restaurant, wiping the perspiration from my upper lip. It was unseasonably warm this January, but sweating during a Florida winter was better than freezing in a Northern one. I twisted my hair into a knot, my neck cooler once the long black swath was off it. With […]

Halfway to the Grave – Jeaniene Frost

I STIFFENED AT THE RED AND BLUE LIGHTS flashing behind me, because there was no way I could explain what was in the back of my truck. I pulled over, holding my breath as the sheriff came to my window. “Hi. Something wrong?” My tone was all innocence while I prayed there was nothing unusual […]

First Drop of Crimson – Jeaniene Frost

Even though they were in the basement, Denise could still hear the sounds of battle outside. She didn’t know what had attacked them, but they couldn’t be human, not for Cat to look so scared when she’d ordered them downstairs. If she was frightened, then they should all be afraid. Crashing noises above made Denise […]

Eternal Kiss of Darkness – Jeaniene Frost

Mencheres smelled blood even before he caught the earthy scent of ghouls clustered on the ground floor of the decrepit warehouse. They showed no concern when he walked inside. Another inhalation revealed it was vampire blood two of them stank of. The other four didn’t have that coppery aroma clinging to them, but from the […]

Destined for an Early Grave – Jeaniene Frost

I F HE CATCHES ME, I’M DEAD. I ran as fast as I could, darting around trees, tangled roots, and rocks in the forest. The monster snarled as it chased me, the sound closer than before. I wasn’t able to outrun it. The monster was picking up speed while I was getting tired. The forest […]

Bound by Flames – Jeaniene Frost

Hundreds of candles glowed from the ballroom’s gothic chandeliers, casting soft amber light onto the guests below. The lack of modern illumination wasn’t because this house used to be a medieval stronghold. The owner was a pyrokinetic vampire, so he was rather fond of fire. I was perched on one of the ceiling’s corner rafters, […]

At Grave’s End – Jeaniene Frost

T HE MAN SMILED AND I LET MY GAZE LINGER over his face. His eyes were a lovely shade of pale blue. Their color reminded me of a Siberian husky, except the person sitting next to me was no animal. Of course, he wasn’t human, either. “I have to leave now, Nick,” I said. “Thanks […]

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