Monday, March 17, 2014

Flash 20:Cold Light of Day

Cold Light of Day
by
Nancy Canu



She suspected he was a vampire—he only came to the library after dark, and his eyes had that mysterious, ageless look. Not to mention his clothes were expensive, and European. So when he flirted with her, she invited him to her room, because, hello? Immortal undead lover—how cool was that?

The night was absolutely everything she could have wished, although the biting thing was much ickier than she’d imagined it would be. “You’ll be back tomorrow night?” she asked him.

“You’re nineteen. I’m two hundred and twelve. What could we possibly have in common?” he said, and left.


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4 comments:

Susan Bernhardt said...

This was cute, Nancy. I liked it very much. Good luck!

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Marva Dasef said...

The truth about vampire love. Well done.

S. Willett said...

Cold Light of Day hits my top ten.

J Q Rose said...

Giggling. Love this one.