Haventon Chronicles

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty Two Part One

January 8th, 2013  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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Liam and Penny were busy checking over the sleeping young woman the others had rescued from Ragnar so David sat quietly against the wall of the derelict church and watched them through the fog that was creeping back into his head.

He wasn’t sure how long he spent sitting there but he slowly became aware of a silvery choral music in the distance. At first he thought he might be imagining it but as he cocked his head to listen it became clearer – though still faint – and sliced through the mental fog dragging him back to clarity. He closed his eyes and concentrated on the choral chanting but could make out few details beyond its beckoning beauty and none of the words. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty One Part Three

January 1st, 2013  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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“Damn it! No!” Leisa snarled as Ragnar vanished into the trees. Even injured and in daylight Ragnar would be able to easily outrun them not Anna was not weighing him down.

“Worry about him later, Leisa,” Sarah said as she knelt down by Anna. “We still have his scent so we can track him down any time and there’s more important things to worry about here.” She brushed Anna’s hair out of her eyes and frowned. “But a none full moon and partial first shift? That is not good.” Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty One Part Two

December 23rd, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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Anna knew she should be panicked by the feeling of Ragnar’s knife against her neck but somehow instead an unnatural calm was sliding over her. She didn’t think she could panic if she wanted to. Not that she wanted to, she needed a clear head to get out of this. Though even with the unnatural calm it was hard to concentrate because her her hands suddenly felt like the bones were about to tear through her skin. She risked a glance at them but could see nothing wrong.

He would be rescuers had frozen at his threat to her and if they hesitated until sunset he’d have the upper hand and she would never escape if that happened. Her mind raced through various options but she could think of but none of them were likely to get him to move the knife even momentarily. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty One Part One

December 19th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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A/N: Just a reminder – This week’s will be up on Saturday due to the server going down earlier this week.

“What a wreck!” Leisa said when they located the derelict house Ragnar had fled to. “I would never have thought of looking here. Ragnar likes his home comforts.”

“Well it’s certainly here,” Tanya said. “Down… I think the cellar must be intact and he’s holed up in there.”

Leisa tutted to herself. “Well he knows his own reputation. I guess he picked this place because he thought we wouldn’t expect it.” Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty Part Four

December 19th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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A/N: Just getting the posts that were lost when the server went down back up. This week’s Haventon Post will go up on Saturday due to the problems.

Ragnar hid the car away from the road in the overgrown garden of the derelict house that he had set up as one of his safe houses. Only the cellar was intact and it wasn’t the best equipped but it was closest and he had made sure it had most things he might need in an emergency. He carried Anna and laid her on a mattress before attaching her chains securely to the ring fastened to the wall above it. Then he bolted and barricaded the door before looking down at her thoughtfully. She was still unconscious but beginning to stir.

“This is crazy,” he said to himself. “Why didn’t I leave you behind? They’ll keep looking for me and you’ll slow me down.” He knew he should cut his losses, kill her and try to flee the town – though he doubted the accursed place would let him yet. But even if he had to stay here he would be able to move faster and avoid their pursuit without her. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty Part Three

November 6th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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“What on earth!” Tanya stopped the people carrier as they turned into the street where Ragnar’s procurer lived.

“What is it?” Leisa asked.

“There’s police and an ambulance outside the procurer’s house,” Tanya replied. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty Part Two

October 30th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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Ragnar grabbed the end of the pole and knocked George flying into the bannister before pulling down the ladder himself. He climbed it silenntly and peered through the hatch. There was a gaunt young woman chained to the wall at the end of the loft staring fearfully towards the hatch but there was little light in the attic. Her hair was matted and she had several cuts that had obviously been inflicted on her deliberately the main source of the blood scent, however was her fingers. She’d been prying at the point where her chains met the wall, trying to free herself. She must have been quietly working away at the crumbling mortar for days because he suspected one good tug would free her now. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Twenty Part One

October 23rd, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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Ragnar swore to himself as he drove towards George’s house. He usually avoided his slave’s home just in case anyone made the exact connection that Anna had made between his victims’ disappearances and his slave. And right now it was an even more risky place to head to because they knew where George lived and Ragnar’s connection to him. But it was the closest place he might find shelter – nearer than any of his bolt holes. He needed somewhere he could get this stake out and figure out his next move before they realised where he was.

Ahead of him a traffic light turned red. Ragnar’s foot twitched towards the accelerator. He gritted his teeth and forced himself to brake instead. The last thing he needed was to attract more attention in this situation so he had to drive carefully. Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Nineteen Part Four

October 16th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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David’s head was filling with a strange fog as he waited with Liam, Penny and Jason for the others to return. He closed his eyes and rested his forehead against the seat in front of him.

“Brain fog?” Penny asked softly.

David looked over at her and nodded. “I feel weird.” Read the rest of this entry »

Haventon Chronicles One: Haventon Born – Chapter Nineteen Part Three

October 9th, 2012  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

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Ragnar swore to himself again and tried to dart past Leisa into the cell. She must have come from there which meant that there was a good chance that someone else was in there taking the girls while he was distracted with this fight. That would not do.

Unfortunately she anticipated him and leapt between him and the doorway again. Over her shoulder he spotted a woman who was obviously of the same kind as his male attacker. His sharp hearing made out her tell Caroline that she was a daemon. How interesting. Daemons were less common that fairies and he still had no idea what kind she was. Not that it mattered she was stealing his girls, so he was going to kill her. Read the rest of this entry »

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