I'm so sorry it's taken so long to get this third installment uploaded onto this site! The other site didn't have to agonize after the cliffhanger of the second book...I'm so sorry. I just didn't want to upload it onto this site if there was a chance I was going to stop writing on it. And I did stop writing on it...for months. I did. But then I got an urge like a few weeks ago to write on it again and...yeah. So it's being updated again. I wrote chapter two. Finally! This is the last installment of the trilogy. And I would say more but I don't want to give too much away after that cliffhanger until you read on. I know that I started writing small summaries for stories, but My Playground was put onto this site before I started doing that and so this trilogy just follows that trend of no summaries. Just dive in if you want.
But here it is, finally. The last one. Thank you all so much if you have been following this trilogy, if you have reviewed and favorited it...I really appreciate it. Thank you so much!
I hope you will like My Aftershock just as much. Just remember that updates might be a little slow because unlike the first two, where I would upload around three or four chapters at a time because both stories were already complete, I can only update when I actually write a chapter.
Now let us begin.
Preface: All That Moves
I couldn't help but wonder at what was happening. I looked at Alex to see fear imprinted on his face as he clung to me. Wincing a little at the tightness of his hold, I inched backward a little so we could lean against the far wall. I wanted to find a way out and keep him safe, but then again, what could I do? Not really much of anything. We were trapped in a room that seemed to be moving. What did that mean? I wasn't sure...hell, I wasn't even sure if I wanted to find out. What could possibly be happening?
The room jolted and things fell from the wall and shelves, causing us both to flinch at the sound of glass shattering on the ground.
Okay, so we were trapped in a room and it was moving and things were falling to the ground...just great.
Yeah, the prefaces are pretty short. The fun in this preface? You don't know whose POV it's in because this story switches POVs. Is Ryan alive? Is it a new person? Is it Alex? Hehehe...my evilness XD Go ahead and click the review button, and then onto chapter one, yeah? Or just go ahead and review on chapter one first...the preface doesn't matter...yet :D But I live off reviews! They make me update. Thanks again!