#WIPITUP Wednesday – Neurotoxins and #BDSM!

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Hello Wipsters, it’s me again reporting for duty. Things have been a bit quiet my end lately and nothing is going quite as it should. I’ve had two weeks off writing and tomorrow is going to be my first day back at it. Can’t wait!! Here’s a little something I wrote earlier, though 😉

sexy blond in beige silk dress sitting on the black armchair

The Velvet Chair 

——- Michael Redcliff ——–

Katrina took her helmet off and slowly undid the zip of her black and red motorcycle leathers. “What are we poisoning him with again, darling?”

Michael looked up at her, from over the pages of Faust, and smiled.

“Aconite or saxitoxin, K. By the way, have I told you how hideously sexy you look in that get-up?”

“Many times. That’s the reason I wear them so often,” she purred, batting her fake eyelashes. Propping a heavy black leather boot on an upholstered footstool, she began to unlace it. “Which one is worse?”

“You always want the gory details, don’t you my love?”

“Talk dirty to me, darling. You know how much I love it.”

“Aconite. It’s a slow and painful death, and will leave Matthews writhing in agony. A burning, tingling sensation begins in the toes and fingertips, before numbness occurs around the face. People have likened the sensation to a colony of ants crawling through their body. Then there’s nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Add to that dizziness, difficulty in breathing, headache and ventricular arrhythmias and you have a truly horrible poison. It’s not something that is commonly looked for in a post-mortem. The only thing they will be able to detect is asphyxia. All in all, it’s a delightful neurotoxin.”

“But?”

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3 thoughts on “#WIPITUP Wednesday – Neurotoxins and #BDSM!

  1. Michael Redcliff is a truly detestable villain. I can’t find anything redeemable about him. Usually an antagonist believes his motives are justified in some way, but I don’t believe Redcliff has that delusion about anything he does. I hope you finish this book soon. I’m really looking forward to reading it from beginning to end.

  2. By now, I’m sure you know that nothing stirs my reading appetite more than a delicious, evil villain! LOL! Can you see me angling my head closer to the screen, Christina? Love it!! 🙂

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