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Today is Snippet #26 from my short At First Snowfall
***note this snippet is to fit a 8-10 sentence limit***
The scene faded and she was jolted awake.
She lay there in her bed for a moment and just breathed, letting the dream fade. The annoying beep continued and she rolled on her side and reached for the alarm clock to shut it off. She stayed put for a few more minutes and stared at the ceiling, her ceiling, in her room. That had been one weird dream. It had seemed so real, but… She chuckled. “No more chocolate ice cream before bedtime,” she murmured and rolled out of bed. She had a big day ahead of her.
Xiomara Montague, or as she liked to be called, Mara, always loved this time of year. Even though it was warm outside there still was a nice chill to the air, especially at night. The streets in the little town of Maple were littered with holiday decorations. There were beautiful lights, snowmen, Santa Claus, and reindeer blow up decorations on the rooftops of the houses. There were even people singing carols in the park.
Find out what happens next week for snippet #27 of my paranormal romance At first Snowfall.
Tune in next week to see what else is going on in this little town of Maple.
May all your dreams come true, takes on a whole new meaning when Xiomara finds out she’s an Oracle with Fae witch powers, and her boyfriend is a werewolf from another realm.
When her half- brother shows up on her doorstep with his prophecy, the true nightmare begins. She must stand beside him in the battle of Galant or the evil Queen will destroy the kingdom
Some faerytales are all too real, but if she can unleash her powers and learn to control them before the first snowfall, she just might find her happily ever after.
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