A Victim Of Changes
An Immortal Hunter Short.
So I would like to start sharing short stories and other kinds of posts here. This is a short story based in my Immortal Hunter series. Which you can read over on Kindle Vella. This short story takes place before the events in the first book. I will let you guess which bands and songs I pulled the titles from.
Crazy On You…
I opened my eyes and was greeted with the view of a nordic god. Sven Hjelmstad was everything I enjoyed about men. He was tall, built like a brick house, and knew how to build weapons that could get a girl wet. His blonde hair, his ice-blue eyes, and, well, other things. The kinds of things that women would kill each other for. I only met him last night, and frankly, I regret nothing.
I’d stopped by his shop last night because I needed a few things. Only I had gotten none of them, and now I was naked in his apartment. Sven was a black belt flirter, and he worked his magic on me. It was a moment of weakness, or maybe the several classes of Jack we had, it was probably both. I’d met Sven about a month ago. I was directed his way by a mutual friend. I had been told he was the best weapons smith in North America. I can say that he was the best lover in L.A.. I had seen nothing from his trade yet. “Sven. I need that gun and those bullets.” Sven looked over at me and smiled. I told my libido to shut the fuck up. “Right this way, little warrior.” That made me blush.
Little warrior is what he called me the moment I walked through the door. I got up and put on my clothes. “You don’t need those. I have it right over here." It was my turn to smile. “Yeah. I think I do.” Sven shrugged and motioned me to follow him. We walked into his living room. He walked up to the far wall and pressed a button. The wall opened up and goodies of all kinds came out for me to see. Sven reached for a pistol and a box of ammo. “Lisa, these bullets are wooden, and soaked in holy water and have a solid silver core. It will take down any vamp.”
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