Entertainingly Evil
16
Feb

ONE HUNDRED YEARS By Gerri Leen

She wanders the castle late at night, a haunt that startles the servants when she finds them flesh to flesh in the darker corners of the place. She doesn’t mean to interrupt their trysts; she just can’t sleep. She slept for a hundred years. Most thought that was the curse of the evil fairy, but […]


7
Jan

Broken by Gerri Leen

Father has changed. I don’t just mean the way he looks, all dressed in finery, paid for by the jewels we stole from the witch’s house. I mean inside, something is…broken. Hansel says Father feels bad. That it was all our mother’s fault, the woman who raised us, maybe not gave birth to us, but […]


20
Oct

OPPOSITES AND ALL THAT by Gerri Leen

Night fell and when he hit the ground, he groaned. Day turned, smiling at him in a way that pissed Night off more than it made him glad to see her. He smiled back, a look probably just as aggravating as hers. He shouldn’t be wasting time on smiles. All they had was a bit […]


25
Jun

GOOD INTENTIONS by Gerri Leen

The night is dark, the wind blowing hard and wet. The guy clutching his gut and staggering down the street needs help. I’m a woman alone, in a new town, and pretty sure that this isn’t the safest neighborhood. So, stop me if you’ve heard this one. Nice girl moves to the big city, tries […]



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