#RainbowSnippets *~* April 1-2, 2017 *~*

Today’s the start of CampNaNoWriMo. I hope these guys don’t get jealous when I give some love to my other MCs. This project is actually moving forward nicely and I think is going to be an interesting reprieve over the weekends. Let’s see what they’re up to at the moment.

Week 19 of 52: Luci’s POV [story continues right after the previous entry]

“Why would I freak out?”

“Because—” He didn’t have a chance to continue as his head hit the wall. Elliott held him by the neck, keeping Lucifer’s feet from reaching the floor. His son stared at him like a rabid dog ready to attack, but he could tell Elliott was struggling against the new connection with Vincent. The need to go back and take care of the demon pulling Elliott away. He smirked and crossed his arms. With no need to breath, he could outwait Elliot. Patience had never been one of Elliott’s talents.


Rainbow SnippetsRainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, readers, and bloggers to gather once a week to share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation.



  1. Is it wrong that I laughed at him being able to wait it out because of not needing air? Something in it made me think that he’s getting something out of riling Elliott up. I really like the interactions between these two.

  2. Crossed arms and a sardonic smile is not what you would tend to expect when pinning someone against the wall by their throat. Poor Elliott. No wonder he’s angry if this is anything to go by. The dynamic between them is fascinating, as is the suggestion that Elliott has a demon to go home to

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