Sunday, September 30, 2018

WeWriWar 264: Demon Soul

Welcome to a new excerpt of DEMON SOUL for the Weekend Writing Warrior and Snippet Sunday

Brownie is a normal girl, or so she thinks. She likes to chat with her sisters about random things, she likes fashion and she is member of the fashion club at school. But one day, as her little brother gets really sick because of a curse placed on him, she meets this really strange guy who cures him absorbing the baby's sickness within himself. As he is about to fall from his new acquired fever, Brownie sees Yue's soul and immediately falls in love with him. But Yue is not a human, Yue is a demon.
Brownie and Yue will built their love story until....

Until Yue's soul is stolen. There is nothing left of their love. The purple light dancing in Yue's grey eyes is gone. Forever? Not quite. Brownie is desperate to find it back. And to get a soul stolen by demons, she needs to go deep into dark magic! But Brownie is not a witch, she is just looking for a spell powerful enough to bring her love back. When an amateur starts playing with strong magic without preparation and without caring for the consequences, things turn wrong...

Let's start right where we left off.  

He still had trouble to choose between her and his demonic crazy life.

“When you grow up, would you give me an heir?” Yue had asked.
“An heir?” she was a bit confused.
“Yes, I want to have a baby sometimes, but I don't know if that will be possible yet.” He looked away in the distance.
“Well, that depends if you love me or not, you can’t have a baby without love,” she answered.

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  1. Good for her, I like her attitude. Great snippet!

    1. Yes, she is going to go crazy for a guy but not in the common stupid way. ;)

  2. My first thought: A bit naive, isn't she?

    My second thought: "What's love got to do with it?" and now the song is stuck in my head.

  3. Interesting answer. Is she naive, or is she just laying down her ground rules?

  4. I reckon she's got a point, I wonder what his answer will be.

  5. That last line is so innocent. Too bad she'll have to grow up and learn the hard facts of life.