Category Archives: (completed) The Prince and His Harem (2011)
A story with characters based on and inspired by screenfriends from www.dramabeans.com.
The sun was close to the horizon when the island came into view; its shadow reaching out towards them as if in welcome. Read the rest of this entry
Rickie’s face felt stiff with salt spray as he finally reached the speeding Bayliner. So far, the mercenary behind the wheel hadn’t noticed the pursuit, but it was only a short amount of time before they became aware of his pursuit. Read the rest of this entry
Rickie racked his brain on the best course of action in this situation. The fact that the kidnappers hadn’t gotten any information from Meaghan likely meant she was ignorant where those files, if they existed, were located. On impulse, he called his home. Read the rest of this entry
Rice dumplings, wine and dragon boats define the Duanwu Festival. Generally held in the fifth lunar month, countries all around the South China Sea have embraced this Chinese holiday. The human-powered longboat races is one of the most popular traditions, which meant both the harbor and the waterfront teamed with people and pleasure craft, jockeying for the best position to view the races.
To Rickie, all this additional confusion was an added frustration in finding the enemy.
Rickie stood unmoving on the beach, his binoculars trained at the Waterfront some distance away, where constantly-shifting throngs of people swirled around, intent on watching the colorful boats and their rows of straining men. Outside the buoys marking the race course, vessels large and small lay quietly at anchor. And in one of them, his very heart lay trapped and surrounded by evil. Read the rest of this entry
Meaghan looked back at her jailor, who looked relaxed and unconcerned as she stared down at the bed with sharp blue/gray eyes. Read the rest of this entry
The sound of Rickie’s phone rang in the silence. It was an unfamiliar number, but he answered it.
“En Ahmad?” Leaf’s tentative voice sounded nothing like the happy girl he knew.
“Leaf? It’s Rickie, how can I help you?” A small sob was the only thing he heard at first. Read the rest of this entry
Rickie pulled into an overnight café near her neighbourhood, turned the key in the ignition, and looked over at the silent woman in the passenger seat. Read the rest of this entry
“Miss Torno, do you mind if I speak with Rick alone for a moment? It won’t take long. I just need to debrief him before he’s released from the hospital.”
“Wait.” Rickie called, as she turned towards the door, “Wait until I’m able to leave and I’ll drive you home. Please.” He couldn’t stop the pleading tone. Meaghan gave a jerky nod and all but rushed from the room. Read the rest of this entry