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Warrior Prince Excerpt: Part 2

Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on September 7, 2012

This is a series of excerpts from my upcoming release, WARRIOR PRINCE: Book One in the Drift Lords Series. All commenters will be entered into a drawing for one of my  ebook romance backlist titles. Two lucky winners will be announced at the conclusion of this series. Go to my Contest page for more opportunities.   Warrior Prince

Warrior Prince Excerpt: Part 2
Copyright 2012 by Nancy J. Cohen

Her thoughts scattered when the inner door burst open, and an attractive blonde smiled at her. “Come in, Miss Larsen. My name is Algie Morar. I understand you’re applying for a position as a makeup artist?”

“Yes, that’s correct.”

Nira followed her into a corridor marked by closed doors on either side. At the far end, the hallway opened into a large room from which low male voices rumbled in a strange guttural tongue. A curtain made of fabric strips obstructed the view.

The woman halted and opened a door, gesturing silently for Nira to enter. But instead of facing a desk and chairs as she expected for an interview, she spied a treatment table, a sink, and a console like in a doctor’s office. A supply of cosmetics laid spread out on the counter: brushes, eye pencils, powders, and other familiar tools.

“Wait here.” Algie turned on her heel and left Nira alone. A moment later, she returned with a burly man in tow.

Nira’s mouth fell open. The stocky fellow had oversized ears, a long bulbous nose, and abnormally large hands and feet. His small beady eyes glared at her from beneath bushy brows. He wore a workman’s clothes, stained trousers and a plaid shirt.

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8 Responses to “Warrior Prince Excerpt: Part 2”

  1. I’d rather be doing makeup in a mortuary!

  2. A beauty pageant would make a better setting for Marla!

  3. Lisa Rayns said

    I don’t know. I’ve seen a lot of shows involving mortuary makeup artists. Oh wait, they were mostly horror, not romance…
    Hehe

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