The Trials Of Tess (Part Four)

Every week Rochelle supplies us with a donated photo to use as a prompt for a piece of fiction that has around 100 words to it. If you want to know all the rules, visit Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers blog here. If you want to read some of the 120+ stories that have been created as a result, then click on the little blue frog like creature.

This is part of an ongoing story of Vampires, Werewolves and Victims. You can find the full story:

on my page ……………or on Jules’ page
HERE…………………………HERE

The link between the photo and the story is quite tenuous, so I do apologise about that.

The Trials of Tess (Part Four)

Tess awoke with a foggy mind to find herself still strapped to the table. She glanced around the room, becoming aware of her nudity. She tried to move her legs in an attempt to protect herself from the eyes of the two men in the room. Zeke took off his jacket and laid it across her. She looked at his muscular physique and smiled. Zeke felt his face flush and folded his arms across his chest.

The shaman carefully untied her legs and wrists, keeping a careful eye on her at all times. After the last binding slipped away, her dominant personality showed itself.

11 thoughts on “The Trials Of Tess (Part Four)

  1. I think my dominant foot would want to show its personality right between the legs of anyone who tied me to a table naked.
    I’m new here, but I have the feeling the protagonist has a slightly more supernatural solution.
    Thank you for visiting The Netherworld!

    • Hehe. The protagonist in the whole story is actually an anti-hero. His name is Raynard and he is the most evil of all vampires. Tess is someone he turned just for the fun of it. He wanted to make someone suffer, so chose her. The werewolf is someone she came across and he sensed she wasn’t completely swallowed by being a vampire and that there was a chance to save her soul. This is why she is tied to the table. The story has been going for over a year now and is starting to take book form as well.

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