Sweet Nightmares

Sweet Nightmares

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Genre: Fantasy

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Status: Finished

Genre: Fantasy

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This is a novel that I'm starting and I hope to finish it because it is based on an incredible dream I had a few years ago that I can't forget about. It's about vampires. This first chapter is going to be the dream I had. It probably won't make sense, but first I just want to get the dream out there.
A girl's mother sends her to live with her aunt in Nebraska and ends up learning the truth about her, her past, and her family and gets tangled in a love triangle. Lots of bloodlust, girl-lust, love, red skies and superhuman strength and powers.
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Summary

This is a novel that I'm starting and I hope to finish it because it is based on an incredible dream I had a few years ago that I can't forget about. It's about vampires. This first chapter is going to be the dream I had. It probably won't make sense, but first I just want to get the dream out there.
A girl's mother sends her to live with her aunt in Nebraska and ends up learning the truth about her, her past, and her family and gets tangled in a love triangle. Lots of bloodlust, girl-lust, love, red skies and superhuman strength and powers.

Chapter1 (v.1) - Sweet Nightmares

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This is a novel that I'm starting and I hope to finish it because it is based on an incredible dream I had a few years ago that I can't forget about. It's about vampires. This first chapter is going to be the dream I had. It probably won't make sense, but first I just want to get the dream out there.

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: June 14, 2008

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: June 14, 2008

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The tall blue-gray house and grassy, fenceless backyard with a seat-swing at the end seemed so out of place in the middle of a crop field. Behind the seat swing was a large area of woods, just trees and darkness. The other side of the yard gave view to miles and miles of tall grass. Crows flew overhead, silhouetted by the blazing red sky. A window opened at the very top of the house, by the atic. Lacy curtains ruffled and I couldn't see but I could feel someone looking out. Two girls stood by the crop field but I couldn't see their face. It felt like a dream. Was I here? Who are they?

"Where am I?" I asked. I think I asked. I don't think I said it out loud.

"Welcome home," The beautiful, middle-aged woman in front of me smiled at me like an old friend. "Welcome home, Liby."


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