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Welcome back to another visit with the Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop for anyone who likes to write. I got to go out on the motorcycle for the first time last night. Every other time we planned to, something came up or it was raining. My mother-in-law had the kids, so we took it to dinner then took the long way back home. It felt really nice. And speaking of motorcycles, it’s time to share a bit more of Hawk’s story. I’m skipping a little bit ahead. They’re back at the clubhouse, and Medusa has been checking over Hawk and has just reminded him it will be a while before he can ride again.

“Don’t sound so enthusiastic. You know all the old ladies have a soft spot for you. They’ll be fawning all over you. You know you’ll enjoy it.”

I snorted and wished I hadn’t. I pressed my hand against my side. “You know as well as anyone it’s not the old ladies I want fawning over me.”

There was a deep laugh from the doorway, and I turned my head to see Wraith coming into the room. “Pretty sure there’s only one guy in this club that has the desire to fawn over you in the way you want.”

If you’re wondering, that one guy would be Devil. Though Devil is a bit upset with Hawk for sending him away the way he did, I don’t think he’ll have any problem tending to him. 😉

Comments on: "WeWriWa: “Fawn Over You”" (15)

  1. Very interesting. I enjoyed the teasing and interplay.

  2. So I don’t suppose he’ll be able to just relax and enjoy the fawning? Fun snippet.

  3. I love the way these characters interact and the easy affection they all have for each other. Another terrific excerpt!

  4. I like the teasing about the old ladies and their fawning. Good snippet! 🙂

  5. I’m pretty sure Devil will be back, though he might have to chase away the other fawners. 🙂

    • Haha! Oh, they will step away when Devil gets back. 🙂

      I tried to comment on your post, but it kept saying I had to check a privacy box that I couldn’t find. I just wanted to say I’m glad Anton is still alive(you *aren’t* going to kill him, right?)

  6. In his condition, ‘fawning’ might not be quite as high a priority as at other times.

  7. I love the sound of this story. Great snippet.

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