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Onto the teaser... Today I am releasing a little snippet from Luke's POV in For The Love of Ash. Enjoy and soon I'll drop the release date, along with a few other AWESOME things that I have in the works. Talk soon, peeps!
I stared at the Maserati poster that covered a punch hole from years ago. Just looking at all of the frozen memories made my blood heat. I quickly grabbed my leather briefcase, which had a stack of plain papers in it and nothing else, and bolted from the room.
“Good morning, Lukey Pukey,” my youngest sister sang, although the sarcasm was not lost on me. I smiled down at her and ruffled her perfectly brushed hair that I’m sure she spent hours primping. From the flare of her nostrils and squint in her eyes, I knew she was pissed. But I liked getting a reaction out of her. The girls in this family were all too stuffy and snobby.
“How’s it going, Lilly?”
“You woke me up when you came home at one, so let’s just say, not great.”
“Sorry ‘bout that.”
“I’m sure you are.” She brushed past me down our long hall, her black skirt flowing around mid thigh, and descended down the curved staircase that led to the bottom level. “Hey, when are you moving out?” She stopped at the bottom step and looked over her shoulder, flipping her hair with a flick of her wrist.
“Not soon enough, Lil.”