And now it is time for snippets from IAD 2.0
As they rounded the bend around a large rock cliff, they came into view of the ship. The ship was unlike anything she’d ever seen. But before the curse, she’d learned to fly anything that was meant to fly and a few things that weren’t. She was willing to bet she could pick up the basics pretty quick.
Or she’d better.
She glanced over at him, careful to keep her emotions locked away. He glanced over at her while she was looking and gave her a cocky grin. Once again she was captivated by his eyes. He had such lively eyes. It was a shame he had to die.
(That last sentence is apparently a big favorite among some of my Alpha Readers. And up next: a snippets of Keira getting on everyone's nerves! She's good like that.)
“Pay attention” he snapped at her and she narrowed her eyes at him, but otherwise ignored his command. He responded by smacking her across the face.
She bared her teeth and him and hissed something in an ancient language at him. He didn’t know what it meant, but he didn’t have to. The tone was clear enough.
“I was holding back the first time.” He snarled.
“Oh. And I thought you just hit like a girl.” Keira said and smirked at him.