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Craven Excerpt

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Okay so I’ve been working on Craven’s book and I’m happy to say I’m about 3/4 of the way through with the first draft. Well, I was writing along and there is a scene where Craven runs into Jared. For those of you who have read the Avery Tywella Series you will know that these two fellas have some major animosity and after the events of Deceived that animosity has only grown. I won’t post the whole scene where they meet up but I will tell you there’s no Avery there to intercede and they take full advantage of that. What I am going to post is what Craven tells Jared as his parting words. For those that haven’t read the books I will warn you there is a spoiler in this so you might want to stop here and go read the first three Avery Tywella books first. There are links to Amazon on the Avery Tywella Series page. For those of you who have read the books, Craven (I know. What an original book name) will take place right after Deceived ends (within a couple weeks regular time or a couple days Kingdom time) and it’s the events in that book that lead Craven on the adventure he takes in his book. So anyway, here’s the excerpt and might I just say right here that I always liked Jared even with his faults but I have loved Craven since Brimstone and that’s a whole lotta lovin’.  Here he is telling Jared what he thinks about things.

“I really don’t give a fuck what your excuse is. It comes down to this. You weren’t there when she needed you. Right now your Caryad is in Hell, her own personal, and she believes the one man she thought she could rely on has left her for another. There is no excuse good enough. You failed her and for that alone I want to kill you.”

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