“I don’t…” Bones’ growl trailed off as he angled his head, seeming to think. “I didn’t have a dad,” Bones muttered impatiently, drawing a knee slowly up. “I had a… fucking step dad.” A moment of silence passed before his brows drew together hard. “Bones? Why do you think I was stolen from you? Who stole me, what happened?” Winter’s heart ached at seeing Reginald confused and worried. “Maybe…” she began quietly, drawing Reginald’s gaze. “Maybe you’re forgetting too?” It hit her then. What if Reginald was the real person here, and not Bones? Their eyes cleared with an innocent … Continue reading
She finally got done, only to realize there was nothing to secure the chain with! She ran back to the wall, grabbed up everything she touched only to toss it down. She found a hammer and let out a gasp. She could nail it! She scanned the walls for a nail that would do the job, spotting one near him. She hurried to it and realized she’d have to cross over him. She carefully leapt over him and worked the claw of the hammer onto the nail then grunted as she yanked on it. Felt cemented in! “W-what…” She … Continue reading
5.0 out of 5 stars HOOK, LINE, AND…. By Dana on January 18, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition Amazed once again to be pulled in so thoroughly! The gears are turning, intrigued by the unexpectedness off the main character(s), and wondering how this will develop. I’m not one to wax poetic on a review but let me just say this…I stayed up all night to read this in one sitting while in the middle of moving!!! Now to practice patience while waiting for the next all nighter… Bravo, Sir!
5.0 out of 5 stars “Great Minds Think Alike”.. “Two Heads are Better Than One” … “A Trouble Shared is a Trouble Halved” By Sandy on January 20, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition There is always safety in numbers when Bones’ mind splits and it created Reggie. What Bones didn’t count on was how much two is company but, three is a crowd when Reggie fell for the beautiful, damaged Winter Rose and that left an odd man out. But it takes two to tango and hopefully, Bones will come to the conclusion that if you cannot beat them, join them. Most importantly, always … Continue reading