I’m supposed to keep these short so I have no idea what I was thinking last night. Ignore that, let’s do this instead. I’ve been playing around with the description for Explicit Instruction and no doubt it will look completely different when I’m through but tell me what you think:

Flick tried to run but it was already too late. In the clutches of evil she seems doomed to her petrifying fate; all of her screaming and begging doesn’t change a thing. Then the door of her would-be tomb is opened and the evil stops in its tracks. The silhouette isn’t like the others but that doesn’t make him any less dangerous, although he quickly becomes her only hope.
Stolen away, Flick has to rely on Rushe’s instincts to keep her alive. But rescuing her saviour from his own demise changes things… or does it?
Flick entrusts her life to Rushe, but he still cannot bring himself to stand down from red-alert. There’s more going on here than Flick understands and Rushe has no intention of telling her any of the details.
Rushe sends Flick away, saving her life, but severing their link. Flick goes back to her life believing that she’ll never see her protector again. Until a stranger walks into her workplace and tells her that Rushe is in trouble and Flick has the power to help him.
The adventure she started by accident threatens her life and his, then Rushe does something she had never expected and Flick knows it’s not only her life she’d battling for, it’s her heart as well.



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