Good morning again!
Rainbow Snippets is a group on FB where writers share six lines from an LGBTQIA release or WIP.
Here is my six line or so snippet from my new release.
One caught my eye and as much as I tried ignoring him, I could not. I had however been newly created, so I didn’t harbor the resentment that others in The Horde had for High’s servants.
This creature I couldn’t stop staring at, this angel… He was beautiful with long brown hair that cascaded over his shoulders, beautiful bright blue eyes, and a perfectly shaped face. He had a narrow nose, and plump, pink lips that appeared so incredibly kissable, even though I had yet to be kissed. His toned body filled out the all-white suit he wore rather well.
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Blurb from Calisto’s Quest: A battle between good and evil or does love conquer all?
For centuries Calisto and Valios had been frenemies, growing up in the ranks on two different sides. Over a mortal year ago, Most High granted Calisto one wish. A night with Valios, the Dark Lord’s son. By doing this, he thought Calisto would get over his fascination with the demon. However, Calisto developed feelings for the Soul Catcher that would never disappear.
Valios had lost out on true love in two instances, so he created a harem for himself to forget the pain. Though Valios has feelings for Calisto, his loyalty to his fathers’ Luci and Death must be upheld or he’ll face the wrath of both. Because of this, he’s kept his distance, ignoring his desire for one of High’s most prominent angels. Nothing, not even the commitment he seeks, is more imprtant than making his parents proud.
Once Calisto and Valios realize their emotions for one another run deep, they make plans to have children, which runs the risk of enraging their families and bringing punishment to both.
Calisto and Valios are long time rivals with a chance of gaining something more. Will they bypass it in order stay loyal to their respective sides?
WARNING: Rough sex, violence, and MPreg. Relationships that others might find objectionable. Books must be read in order.