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Shane Takes Flight

Weekend Warrior WritersWhite Doe is my spicy romantic paranormal. Last week the novella began with Shane learning of his great-grandfather’s death and a hope of seeing his lost love Cheyenne again. He drives his Harley to a deserted beach arriving at dusk on a warm October evening to dispel his pent energy by shifting into his alternate form.

     He slipped out of his worn jeans and shrugged off his T-shirt. Flexing his muscles, he started his run along the beach. Seconds later, he lunged forwardbigstock_hawk. Wind prickled through newfound feathers, his arms now enormous wings and his feet powerful talons. Lighter and lighter, he ascended skyward; with perfect vision, he soared over a wild and remote beach toward an orange moon shimmering over the Atlantic.

     Shane loved and hated his form. It freed him, but left him utterly alone. This was his life—his curse. Now without his great-grandfather, he was unique in it.

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Will Shane’s lost love return?

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Today’s eight sentence excerpt is from my current release, White Doe, an erotic paranormal set on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The story begins with Shane, a shape-shifting hawk learning of his great-grandfather’s death.

Shane Cheveyo gunned his Harley onto the highway as Outer Banks Hospital slowly vanished in the bike’s mirror. Usually, he loved roaring down the road on his Fatboy, but today nothing could dispel his angst.

The finality of his great-grandfather’s sudden death weighed heavily on his chest. He was more alone now than ever. His Native American heritage believed Jasper’s warrior spirit would live on, but that didn’t lessen the stabbing grief Shane held for the man who had called him son. The man who had known Shane for who and what he is.

Sorrow had his mind wandering to the only other person he had loved as much as his great-grandfather. After ten years, he couldn’t get her out of his head, Cheyenne.