Minds out of control in chapter 4 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Daphne Vane was actually looking forward to her walk home from a one-night stand. She just didn’t think she’d be going to meet a fiancé she’s never seen while wearing the dressing gown of the guy she just got down and dirty with. It seems a tad gauche. But it’s not as if Daphne has any choice in the matter; literally, she does not. Life is just full of surprises like that for demigoddesses. And Daphne has a few more coming, including one from her sister Agatha that will change her life even more than the fiancé. Read all about it in chapter four, “Fiancés and fathers,” this week’s installment of To Ride the Lightning Bolt, my weekly serial of a young woman in an unfortunate situation with her supernatural family.

Is this to be Daphne’s sad fate?
(Credit: William Morris Tile, LLC, based on an 1860s design by Edward Burne-Jones)

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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