His Voice, His Song, His Lure

His Voice His Song His Lure This short read is part of the Dream Chronicles they are a series of short snappy tales straight from the nocturnal thoughts of the author Lanie is fresh out of a controlling relationship She s been

  • Title: His Voice, His Song, His Lure
  • Author: Riley Steel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This short read is part of the Dream Chronicles, they are a series of short snappy tales straight from the nocturnal thoughts of the author.Lanie is fresh out of a controlling relationship She s been out of touch with reality for a couple of years but is very slowly adjusting to her life Her best friend, Frankie, drags an unwilling Lanie to a concert Lanie has never heaThis short read is part of the Dream Chronicles, they are a series of short snappy tales straight from the nocturnal thoughts of the author.Lanie is fresh out of a controlling relationship She s been out of touch with reality for a couple of years but is very slowly adjusting to her life Her best friend, Frankie, drags an unwilling Lanie to a concert Lanie has never heard of Two States To Mind or the lead singer James Luruso Before the concert starts she gets talking to Jay, one of the staff, and there s an instant attraction Lannie gets the shock of her life when she discovers who Jay really is and a surprising and unlikely turn of events follows.

    One thought on “His Voice, His Song, His Lure”

    1. This is really a short story more than anything at 41 pagesAn really you can't put much of a story in that short timeThe reason for one star is basically due to the fact it was too conflictingJay meets Lanie outside smoking waiting for the concert to start. She isn't familiar with the band. They chat for 10 minutes. She watches him perform then leaves. He is resourceful enough to find her via FacebookYet he has to fly across the continent because he didn't have her cell?His brother bought his ti [...]

    2. Umok? I think that was the strangest, most rushed story I've ever read. At least it only took away about 20 minutes of my life.

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