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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2014

    Great read

    The 2nd book in the series and just as entertaining as the first. A sweet story with interesting characters, hot sex and a unique story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2012


    Good job

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2012

    After the War chapter one

    Jayfeather grabbed the next leaf. It was a warm morning and the new-leaf breeze warmed his fur. He grabbed the next marigold and placed it in a small pile. The Great Battle has come and pasted quickly. He sighed thinking about all the deaths. Including Hollyleaf. "Are you thinking about Firestar?" A voice behind him asked. The ginger leader never entered his thoughts. "Well..." Jayfeather couldn't find his answer. "Oh it must be Hollyleaf". Jayfeather turned to smell Bramblestar. The large newly-made leader looked a lot like his father, Tigerstar. The horrible leader killed Firestar, but only to also die himself. "Is it Hollyleaf?" Bramblestar repeated. "Yes" Jayfeater replied, turning back to picking the marigold. "Is it hard. I mean being blind" Brambkestar asked. "Its like walking in the dark all the time. I'm just used to it" Jayfeather meowed. He grabbed the last leaf. Jayfeather took the whole pile and procedded to camp. As he walled into camp, excited squels came from nearby. "I, Lilystar-" Lilykit's excited squel came from high rock begun. Their playing a game he thought. Jayfeather then hard anoter voice. Jayfeather looked up. A white she-cat that looked just like Lilykit stood up on high rock. It was a future verson of Lilykit! "not fair! I wanna be leader!" A voice protested bring Jayfeather back. "Ask Jayfeather who should be leader" Lilykit meowed. "Jayfeather! Who should be leader" the kit- probably Amberkit- asked. Jayfeather saw a tall figure that looked like Amberkit standing next to the future Lilykit. She asked the same quiestion. Then it dissapeared. That must be a future verson of Amberkit! "Decide yourself" Jayfeather replied, his voice muffled by the herbs. "Whats that" it was Amberkit. "Marigold. Good for infected wounds" Jayfeather answered. He knew Amberkit follwoed him the whole time to his den. Jayfeater sored out herbs. He showed each one to Amberkt explaining what it and what it was good for. Amberkit lsten carefully and helped him. "I got a thorn in my paw!" A voice wailed. Jayfeather could tell it was a kit. Time to put Amberkit to the test Jayfeaher thought. Lilypaw ran in, still wailing. Jayfeather sniffed the paw. Afterwards Amberkit did too. "Its infected!" She meowed. "You would need" Jayfeather mumbled to sound as if he as talking to himself. "I know!" Amberkit squeled. Amerkit gabbed a few herbs and ran back. Marigold and Cobwebs. Jayfeather showed Amberki how to aply it. He just found the next ThunderClan Medicine cat.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2012

    Mossstar's story chapter 2

    Mosspaw looked at her paws embaressed."Are you okay Mosspaw?,"whispered Stormpaw."Yeah.""That's good.""What's going on?,"asked a silver apprentice."It's ok Silverpaw.Stormpaw has a new mate is all,"mewed Dewpaw.Silverpaw looked at Stormpaw."Is this true?"Stormpaw looked at Mosspaw then at Silverpaw."No.Although,"he paused.Mosspaw thought he would say he liked her."I have seen Silverpaw staring at Vinepaw,"Stormpaw continued.Silverpaw glared at stormpaw,"I have not been staring at vinepaw!"Mosspaw turned and started walk out when something stopped her."Are you...,"started stormpaw.A wave of cats came pouring out of the trees."Thunderclan are attacking!,"yowled Minnowtail.Mosspaw hit the ground hard.A black she cat was on her.The she cat scratched Mosspaw's right eye badly.Suddenly the weight of the she cat was gone."Get off my...mate!,"yowled Stormpaw.The she cat hissed and ran off.Mosspaw lay there in a pool of blood shocked at what Stormpaw had said.Stormpaw ran over to her and licked her between her ears.Mosspaw got up and went to Windleap's den."I'm sorry Mosspaw.I hate to say that your eye will never be able to see again.""Does that mean I'm blind?""Yes."Mosspaw walked sadly over to Stormpaw."I bet you dont want a blind mate,"she muttered."I dont care if you're blind,"Stormpaw whispered lovingly...

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    Posted October 22, 2014

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