Cian and Aiden

This is a snippet from my WIP Chicago Circle, in which the final confrontation (or is it?) between our beings is building, and Cian’s jealous nature reveals itself even more after what he’s witnessed–

“Yes? As you can see, I’m busy.” He threw yet another piece of farm equipment against the wall, making the poor cow give out a deep, throaty moo. “I don’t have time to talk to you; go back to Colin.”

Aiden threw his arms up in a gesture of frustration. “It’s the vampire nature, Cian, you must know that. You’ve dealt with it long enough.

Cian grabbed the milk bucket off its hook. “You didn’t have to fuck him, now did you?” He turned to face him, and Aiden shook his head.

“No, but—I wanted to.”

 

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16 thoughts on “Cian and Aiden

  1. Cian definitely isn’t happy… I hope things get smoothed over so Colin isn’t caught in the middle of this.

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  2. Cian definitely isn’t happy–he wants Aiden for himself, but since he’s trapped in the body of a 14 year old boy, that’s not going to happen. I’m so close to finishing this I can taste it–so to speak 🙂

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  3. LOL! This excuse is hilarious…although I’m not surprised it’s provoking fury!

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  4. Yeah, I had a chuckle over that one; they’ve been pretty contentious from day one. So glad you liked it 🙂 Gotta be careful when you provoke fury in vampires ❤

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  5. My three thoughts:

    1. I love that they are hashing this out and not just bottling it all up.
    2. That last line! I love that he went there.
    3. “deep, throaty moo.” Hahaha! I feel bad for the poor cow.

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    1. Thanks so much 🙂 glad you enjoyed it ❤ Things have been brewing between them for a while; this is been in the works ever since Cian turned Aiden. As for Mrs. O'Leary's cow? I'll be hitting publish by the middle of next week 🙂

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      1. Mrs. O’Leary’s cow, LOL.

        I always like when people handle things like adults, unless the story is going to give us a very good reason why they aren’t. Nice to see these two ready to deal with the thing that’s been brewing.

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      2. Ah yes, poor Mrs. O’Leary’s cow–so maligned for starting the Great Chicago Fire–but as we shall find out, she was entirely blameless 🙂

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  6. Cian, perpetually at that er, awkward stage of development. Aiden has a lot to deal with there, but the cow… surprised it’s only mooing and not trying to break from its pen at this point.

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  7. Hmm–funny you should say that–she’s pretty tranquil, but her time is coming 🙂

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  8. Can’t say I blame Cian for being peeved. 😟

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  9. This is a complicated sort of dynamic between these two–Cian is Aiden’s sire, yet he’s a 500 year old vampire stuck in a 14 year old’s body. Aiden feels no attraction for him at all, because he likes men for his pleasure, but he feels a sense of loyalty. It won’t be long before we know just how this plays out 🙂

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  10. Oh dear. Is there any way to make things right?

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    1. There is, certainly, but sometimes the cure is worse than the disease—

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  11. Looks like they have a lot to work through.

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  12. Yes, a little too much, I’m thinking. Aiden will never feel anything for Cian the way he wants him to; aiden is into men, and not 500 year old vampires stuck in a 14 year old body. He’s grateful for cian being his sire, but that’s as far as it goes. Aiden’s looking for a way out.

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