Rainbow Snippets wishes you a Happy Easter

This week, I was going to post a snippet from my actual Easter Bunny flashfic, snappily titled “A Little Bit Like the Tooth Fairy (Only Not Quite)” but, uh, it’s a bit violent and might not be suitable for sensitive souls. Or anyone who likes bunnies. Plus, since the demise of online magazine Reflections Edge there’s nowhere I can direct you to read the rest of it (should anyone actually want to).

So instead, here’s a snippet from another bunny-themed short story of mine, Hairy, Horny and Over Here:

Note: no bunnies are harmed in the course of this story. I can’t say the same for the human characters, however!

 

“Be vewwy, vewwy quiet, we’re hunting—” Ethan broke off as a shotgun, held in a pair of unusually beefy hands, swung toward him and took up position about 3 inches from his left nostril. “Joke, okay?” He swallowed, and tried to ignore the chill tap-dancing down his spine. “Sense of humour failure, much?”

His heavy black brows casting his dark eyes in even darker shadow, Logan very noticeably didn’t move the gun away. “Joking like that is what gets guys killed, out in the bush.”

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Don’t forget to check out the rainbow snippets Facebook group for more little excerpts from a whole host of talented authors here.

 

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Photographer Ethan is pretty sure there’s no such thing as a jackalope—every bunny he’s ever seen has been a cute little furry thing, not a dangerous, horned beastie. But somehow he finds himself dragged into Parkhurst Forest to look for them by big, tough hunter Logan, who drives Ethan mad with continual comments about his “daintiness.”

When the jackalopes lure Logan away, however, Ethan is left to the mercies of an escaped convict from the local prison. Rescue comes from an unexpected source—and Ethan discovers the true reason for Logan’s personal remarks!

Available in ebook

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About jlmerrow

JL Merrow is that rare beast, an English person who refuses to drink tea. She read Natural Sciences at Cambridge, where she learned many things, chief amongst which was that she never wanted to see the inside of a lab ever again. Her one regret is that she never mastered the ability of punting one-handed whilst holding a glass of champagne. She writes across genres, with a preference for contemporary gay romance and the paranormal, and is frequently accused of humour. Find JL Merrow online at: www.jlmerrow.com
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20 Responses to Rainbow Snippets wishes you a Happy Easter

  1. Jana Denardo says:

    Uh-oh someone’s in trouble

  2. Lighten up, Logan! Ethan seems like a sweetie. 🙂
    How on earth have I managed to miss this one that’s apparently been around since 2011?!

  3. P.T. Wyant says:

    Sounds like he needs to choose better hunting companions!

    • jlmerrow says:

      Ethan’s a journalist, hunting a story: he doesn’t get to choose! 😉
      And [spoilers!] he’s quite okay with his companion by the end of the story!

  4. Elin Gregory says:

    Lol, love it, though I do kind of want to slap Logan around a bit for doing that with the shotgun.

    • jlmerrow says:

      *g* It’s funny the things you wince over when you re-read old fics, isn’t it? With the Easter Bunny one it was an adverb in the first line; with this one it’s gun safety. 😉
      I’m sure it wasn’t actually loaded… *crosses fingers behind back; whistles*

  5. AM says:

    Logan seems like the type of guy who makes me cringe. Ethan, on the other hand…mmmm. 😀

  6. Louise Lyons says:

    This sounds great, I’d love to read more.

  7. amyraenbow says:

    Just a little over reaction there, Logan O_O This sounds like fun.

  8. Logan doesn’t sound like someone to mess with!

  9. Someone seems to be in a bit of trouble…

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