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His Most Important Win (Harlequin Special Edition Series #2172)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2012

    Story two

    The wind whipped across Breezekit and Flamekit's faces as the Shadowclan warrior ran with them in his mouth. There was no undergrowth here or even regular trees. All there was was a few spiny trees and a vast expanse of marshy ground. What breezekit had not realized was that there was a clump of trees surrounding a dip in the ground. The huge black warrior carried the white breezekit and orange flamekit into the dip. "Sandstar,"growled the black warrior. "I found what i assume to be thunderclan kit spies!" "Good, Blackheart! We shall keep them here until thunderclan comes begging for them. For now, put them in the nursery. Make sure Blizzardstripe keeps a close eye on them." Blackheart carried the three moon old kits to the small nursery. He set them down inside. "Blizzardstripe, keep a close eye on these two kits. They are thunderclan spies!" "Blackheart, kits dont spy!" "Oh, but these do!" "Whatever,"Blizzardstripe said dismissivly. Two young kits ran over to Breezekit and Flamekit. "Hi!" they said in unison. "My names Pondkit and his names Mousekit." "H-hi, my names breezekit and im tired. She is Flamekit." "Well, I guess you could sleep in my nest." Breezekit didn't say another word. She ran over to the nest and jumped in it. She was expecting to land on moss and feathers, but instead she landed on pine needles and soft leaves. Ow, she thought. The last thing she heard was Blizzardstripe saying,"Sorry about Blackheart. He takes his job as deputy to seriously."
    Breezekit was plagued with bad dreams all night. First, she dreamed of her dead sister Fernkit. She was reliving her sisters death. "FERNKIT,WATCH OUT!" But it was too late. The badger had already snapped its jaws closed on fernkits neck.
    "Breezekit, are you okay?" Pondkit asked. "You were mewing in your sleep." "Just a bad dream." Breezekit looked around the den. She saw a puddle of water in the middle of it. Water leaked through holes in the roof. What a disgusting place to live! she thought. Suddenly breezekit heard snarling outside. "GIVE THE KITS BACK!" Breezekit recognized Fennelstars voice. A few moments later, a horrid fight broke out.

    To be continued.....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2012

    Read silverfushes journey!

    By tye author of nightjays story and firebirds lufe.

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