Cat yelled their drink order across the bar to the bartender. The noise coupled with the bass pumping was so loud, it was hard to hear. Alex leaned against a stool and scanned the room, unable to stop herself. No sign of the guy from earlier. She swallowed back a twinge of disappointment and turned […]
Present Day Alex shoved the rat-looking guy back down on his bar stool, baring her teeth, her eyes glowing in warning. “Touch me again, and you’ll be choking on my fist.” She wasn’t sure what his make-up was, he looked like something between a rat and a opossum. It was obvious he was only a
2 Years Ago Alex blinked, her lids fluttering open. She groaned. The first thing she noticed was the green haze hanging in the air. It floated and shifted in the glow of the street lamps, hanging like heavy smog. The second thing she noticed was the feeling of asphalt beneath her. It was hard, and
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How far will Parker go for his dad…? Once Parker Jenkins finds out that he can travel through time, he has one goal… stop his dad from being murdered by Hastings. Parker’s decision will affect his future, and there will also be consequences for the rest of the planet. He holds the fate of humanity in his
Chapter 1 Aria Smoke hangs in the air like a thick layer of fog. Heavy, cloying and stale, mixed with an even less inviting scent of old sweat and old beer. The dim lights fight to shine through it, weakly illuminating swirling patterns just above the patrons of the dive bar. My lip curls as
Chapter 2 Standing with Dave at the edge of the pier, I stare up at the big ship that’s going to be transporting me to my own personal hell. I swallow hard, refusing to allow the anxiety and fear tying my stomach in knots show on my face. A girl has to have some pride.
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