Aleisha saw Sevi teleport away and then, with the woman’s influence gone, quickly looked to the threat still in the room.
Sturn turned his leisurely attention to her, this time taking a full account. Aleisha saw what he saw, heard his thoughts and tried to close herself down.
Small, cute, scared. He liked the combination, but wanted more.
Excerpt from The Khekarian Threat, Book One in the Khekarian series.
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Interesting stuff here!
Where do u get the name: “Khekarian” from?
I get most of th names for my fiction from having studied Central Asian history (preferably using those names in their archaic form = more outlandish; still credible.)
Thanks for Liking my Blog; Posts about aspects of my fiction to come soon.
Hi! Thank you! I made the name up about 30 years ago, just for its sound, then spent many years learning how to write. Had a mad panic, though, just before I published my first book in 2012 – I googled it and various other people and names, and discovered that in the intervening years, a batch of other people had come up with the self-same thing in just about every variation of spelling. So I had to find a unique spelling or change it altogether. Khekarian is what I ended up with.
Good luck with your blog – it’s always great to find another writer! 🙂