By Mira Grant
A brand new brief tale from Mira supply, the writer of Feed. a week 5 pals celebration to play a game-- a online game they name the Apocalypse video game. It's a enjoyable time with chips and beer and plotting the tip of the realm. other than this time, one in every of them is lacking and the stakes are larger than ever ahead of.
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This wasn’t the sort of woman she was. If she offered a kiss to any of them, they might believe it was an invitation for more. And she wasn’t prepared to take another lover. This dilemma was Gunnar’s fault. Were it not for him, she wouldn’t have run this race. Suddenly the solution was easy, for there was only one man it was safe to kiss—someone who didn’t want her. She strode towards Gunnar and saw his amusement transform into apprehension. “I’m sorry,” she apologized to Clár, who had come to stand beside Gunnar.
It was stained red, and it evoked memories of when she’d been a girl, and he’d met her four summers ago. Each time he’d seen her, she’d had a different color of hands. One day blue, another day green. She’d been awkward then, with no curves to speak of, and a rounder face. More than once, he’d defended her against the taunts of foolish young boys. He’d seen the promise of beauty in Auder the girl. But even then, he’d never suspected how beautiful she would be as a woman. “My reasons shouldn’t matter.
When he pulled off his tunic, baring himself from the waist up, Auder shut her mouth to keep from gaping. His wide shoulders were firm, his ridged muscles tight. The physical strength of his body was nothing she’d ever imagined, almost as if it had been carved from a piece of granite. She wondered what it would be like to touch his skin. Would it be warm and firm? Even more, what would it be like to feel his body moving upon hers? Without warning, she thought of his promise, that a woman truly could enjoy joining with a man.
Apocalypse Scenario #683: The Box (Newsflesh, Book 0) by Mira Grant