New chapter for Flames of Ambition! Working slowly but surely to keep these updates churning, so stay buckled up for the ride! With a furthering of the story, we also have a new header:
It’s safe to say things are progressing (*wink*). You can click here to read chapter 6.
It’s late and I did an all-day marathon to get this chapter done so finally I present to you, Flames of Ambition Chapter 5: Severed!
The story’s moving along and I’m so glad those of you who’ve been reading have continued this journey with me. Any newcomers, welcome and enjoy the ride!
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I haven’t stopped writing FOA yet! I’ve just got a few more pictures to take and edit and then I’ll be able to post the new chapter. In the meantime, please enjoy this excerpt below:
When Natalie was ten, her family lived in a beautiful house outside the city. The neighboring house included two boys that she and her brother would play with. One boy, the taller of the two, had blue eyes like the ocean; the other boy, much shorter than the first, had green eyes the color of a lush green jungle, always wild with excitement. They would go on adventures together in the woods that lied behind their houses. Games such as Tarzan and Jane, pirates and natives, and Indiana Jones were games that they often played and each of the three boys would alternate between the good guys and the bad guys leaving her to always be the unwilling love interest. Natalie always wanted to be a part of the guys—it was no fun playing the damsel in distress. Every night, she and her brother, Drew, would be scolded for getting their clothes dirty with mud and dirt; they would have to wash their hair every night to get all the leaves and twigs out. When Natalie’s mother divorced her father, they moved from that beautiful house in the country full of adventure and moved into the suburbs surrounding the city where Natalie would never see those boys again—at least she thought. As she looked at Jared, those green eyes looked almost the same after so many years.