Science Fiction Fantasy Saturday - Spectors by Angelia Almos

Spectors by Angelia Almos. 

A space pirate almost loses everything she cares about when she’s blackmailed by the military into running a dangerous mission.

Science Fiction Fantasy Saturday Snippet:

She spun when she was finally out of their sight. “In-laws? What have you been telling them?”

He shook his head, but didn’t answer her. “What did you find out?”

She pulled her personal panic back in and focused on the job. “There might be signs that Mecha’s been infiltrated.”

"They aren't safe here.”

“Andrew,” she started to protest what she knew he was going to ask.

“I’m not leaving them here with everything going on.”

She had two choices, she could give in and let his family tag along or she could refuse and he would jump ship and stay here to protect his family.
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Comments

  1. Definitely gets the emotions across through the dialogue! Good snippet!

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  2. Decisions, decisions! Too bad for her that he has already made his.

    The characters' emotions are very well conveyed in this snippet. Well done!

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  3. I have a feeling she might let the family tag along...and then regret it almost instantly! Fab snippet!

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  4. You used the scariest word I know - IN-LAWS!!!

    Love the snippet - fear of in-laws is pretty universal.

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  5. This is one of my favorite exchanges between the heroine and hero (it goes on a little longer than this snippet :-)). Thanks everyone.

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  6. Yikes! I agree with JC...in-laws is a pretty scary word. I'm afraid the decision would already have been made, were it up to me. Great snippet with nice tension!

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  7. In-laws, crammed on a space ship, long journey.. what could POSSIBLY go wrong?

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  8. I think she's going to regret letting them tag along.

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  9. Hmmm, personally I'd let the in-laws rot. But that might just be me.

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  10. Are they her in-laws/his parents, his in-laws, or somebody else's in-laws? Sounds like your setting something up, in any case.

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  11. Great emotional tension. I can definitely sympathize with her plight. Hope we get to find out what happens next.

    Excellent Dialogue!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Great conflict! She has a decision to make for sure.

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  13. Nice little cliffhanger you left off on.

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  14. Urgh, lumbered with the in-laws? Isn't her life complicated enough already?!

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