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Welcome back to another visit with the Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop for anyone who likes to write. I’ve got more of Hawk’s story here, picking up right where we left off last week.

“I was kind of hoping you could tell me that,” Wraith said. “Has your father ever worked with a partner?”

“Not that I’m aware of, and it still wouldn’t make any sense as to why they would want to save me, since that would mean they wouldn’t get the money for finishing the contract.”

“You’re right,” Wraith said, still studying the helmet. “It doesn’t make a lot of sense, but of course, I’m very grateful for it.”

So was I, and something kept niggling at the back of my mind. If my head wasn’t throbbing so much, I might have even been able to bring it forward, but it was too much effort, so I let it go. I could feel Damon’s hand on my arm still, and I glanced over at him.

Is there a partner? Or is there some other explanation? What’s going to happen next?

Comments on: "WeWriWa: “A Partner”" (20)

  1. Well written and leaves this reader with questions. Thanks.

  2. I like this twist. Nothing is as simple as it first seems.

  3. Really fascinating how an event which seemed straightforward in the beginning can have so many possibilities! Can’t wait to find out more and i’m sure there’ll be more danger along the way as well. Great snippet!

  4. Definitely mysterious. Hope they find an answer before something else goes wrong!

  5. nancygideon said:

    Nice development! More questions and complications for our guys.

  6. So many questions!

  7. It seems they don’t have enough information to come to a correct conclusion.

  8. The plot thickens, as they say! Great snippet!

  9. Diane Burton said:

    I want more! LOL More questions than answers in this snippet. Keep us guessing.

  10. I’m really hoping things can get better between him and his dad. 🙂

    • Well, I suppose if he doesn’t succeed in killing Hawk, there’s a very distant possibility that could happen.

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