Weekend Writing Warriors #8Sunday

Good day friends.  As I write this weeks warrior post, I am sick out of my mind.  My eyes are blurry from a bad cold and I wish that my nostrils were working.  I’m telling you this, only because I’m a very odd person, who would like you to know everything about me.  🙂  (Little humor there.)  Anyhow that being said, I would have to say that the hardest thing for me to ever do on Saturday mornings is to find “just” eight sentences to post for our Weekend Writing Warriors post, but let’s admit it is so fun to look for and when I find those eight, it’s like a light turns on and I think to myself, That’s it!  Ever so happily.

This week was a little different.  This snippet is from my book “Liliana”, just after Liliana and Antonio get married.  You’re going to see that it’s not like anything else I’ve ever shown you and I’m slightly nervous about your reaction.  I hope that you have as much fun reading it as I did writing it.  Here it goes:


“Antonio, stop.” I struggled to say. “Please stop.”

Tears filled my eyes and my body began to shake uncontrollably with fear.

He smiled but held his finger to his lips attempting to silence me. When my shaking and whimpering slowed down he began to move back and forth slowly. I felt like my body would break in half as I tried again to stop him. This time he didn’t pull back and just when I thought it couldn’t get any worse, he thrust his entire manhood inside me.


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About nevasquiresrodriguez

Neva Squires-Rodriguez was born and raised in a neighborhood located on the North Side of Chicago. Mother, Wife, Expert at Multitasking... and now, Author and Columnist for Reflejos Newspaper, Neva creates electrifying stories with a twist. Neva Squires-Rodriguez earned her Masters Degree from National University, a feat which she worked very hard to obtain and says she will work even harder to pay off. She claims to be a typical American, full of dreams that will hopefully get her to a more comfortable lifestyle one day. She says, “God has a plan and I will follow wherever it is that He takes me.”
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14 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors #8Sunday

  1. chellecordero says:

    Such a shame he couldn’t be gentle with her for what is obviously her first time. Shows a lot about the characters. Great 8.

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  2. Neva, you’ve written eight sentences about a nightmare first night with a bridegroom. God save our daughters from such a man. Well done.

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  3. Oh dear, her first experience isn’t going so well. A vivid snippet.

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  4. Antonio, you’re a jackass!!! poor Liliana please don’t fall for him!!!… This book is so amazing. If I could press it into your hands and implore you to devour it like I did, I frigging would!! Liliana is THE Book to read in 2014!!!

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  5. Meka James says:

    Well…wow…poor Liliana 😦 Antonio sounds like a major ass for not caring even remotely about how she feels or the pain she is experiencing.

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  6. I echo the sentiments in the other comments. What a jack-ass. But now I’m intrigued. I thought he was a nice guy, but maybe not? Are you going to try and redeem him? Or does she have to escape him and Columbia??? Good 8!

    I just bought it on Amazon, but I’m not sure when I’ll get to it. 🙂 Busy days these are. 🙂

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    • Hey thanks Teresa, do let me know what you think of it when you read it. 🙂 I’m excited to hear your thoughts. This part of the book is a little crazy, but it really gets you ready for book 2, which is just super twisted. I’m writing book 3 now and I’m having a lot of fun with it b/c Liliana is really going to change her tune there. 😉


  7. yhosby says:

    Great snippet. It held my attention. I could feel the woman’s pain by the description of her body language. Your characters weren’t boring, and I hate Antonio (a good thing that I felt passion with only 8 sentences!)

    Keep smiling,

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