Leah and Ninian

This snippet is from the chapter in which Craig, Carl, and Oz need to find out where Mary is, since Leah came back from the library without her. Ninian has decided to use Leah as a conduit for his first confrontation—

“What have you done with my mother?” Craig demanded, and Ninian deepened his gaze, all controlled fury.

“Did I ask you to speak? No? Then that must mean I don’t wish to hear your grating voice, correct?” Ninian barked out that statement, raising one of Leah’s eyebrows at the furious look Craig wore, then turned his full attention to Carl again. The expression softened, and if one could say a vampire was beaming, then Ninian was.

“Carlo, oh my dear Carlo, I missed you.” Leah smiled, and it was terrifying. Oz jumped, bumping into the coffee table.

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20 thoughts on “Leah and Ninian

  1. “The expression softened, and if one could say a vampire was beaming, then Ninian was.” That sounds like quiet a contrast, and a bit unsettling.

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  2. Then I have succeeded 🙂 Ninian is a contrast–he loved Carl, and missed him terribly. His leaving might indeed have set him on the path to be the vampire mage he became; cruel, vicious, and arrogant, using an innocent person’s body to get his point across.

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  3. Thank you 🙂 My grandson did the graphic art on it ❤ and as for how Leah feels about Ninian using her, I'm afraid she didn't have much of a choice. She doesn't like it, though–

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