Writing Prompt Flash Fiction #2

by | Jul 24, 2019

Some more flash fiction done with a writing prompt to keep me on my toes as I chisel away at Damaged – Omega’s Destruction Book Two!

Prompt: She had to be the most adorably infuriating female he’d ever met.

Haynes looked over the chart, smiling to himself. They’d injected Subject A-1284 with enough hormones to bring down a large animal, yet she still resisted. Most of the females of this subspecies had failed within the first trial, more than half their numbers decimated with only trace amounts of the chemical cocktail. Of those who made it into the second phase, only a scant handful had managed to survive.

There was no data from her blood panel to suggest why she should be so different. Instead of wasting away, she responded in ways Haynes had never even dreamed. Even now her screams of frustration echoed through the lab. Not long after the deep red flush had begun to stain her strange skin, the golden beige turning crimson at her cheeks and chest, they’d had to restrain her. Odd hands with four fingers and thumb had worked between her legs at her genitalia until she’d made the slick flesh raw.

Yet she still refused to allow Subject G-6430-f to inject her with its ovipositor. Such a shame that that species insisted on compliance from its hosts. There was no doubt Subject A-1284 was a challenge, one he was rather enjoying. It had been a long time since a subject had entertained him this much.

Perhaps he should try the female with Subject I-935435. It was a risk, but one he was willing to take. They had harvested enough of the female’s DNA he was sure they could clone her if necessary.

And, perhaps, he would create one of his very own. It might not be strictly procedural, but to have the adorably infuriating female in his own rooms instead of having to catalog all of her reactions during their sessions would be a rather good end to the day.

The preternatural calm was a lie, Devin realized. His body was poised, ready for the killing strike. It was his eyes though that showed his turmoil beyond the fixed stare. Clamping her lips into a hard line, she gave a minute shake of her head. Refusing to bare more of her soul to him.

“Despite sitting at that stupid desk, watching him destroy me a little more each day, you made it better,” she breathed, eyes widening as she willed her treacherous tongue to stop moving. “Just seeing you, even smelling you… There was hope, somewhere in all of it, and…”

“Enough.” His was a voice dragged over hot coals, wrenched from a place neither of them knew existed. A dark abyss that became more twisted, more voracious as Devin shone a glimpse of light upon it.

“You always made me feel safe.”

“And you hated my touch. Always yelling your accusations of stealing things from you, taking everything away,” he snarled against her lips. “You tried to kill both of us, to destroy all of this, and you expect me to believe I made you feel safe?”

“It scared me, Daniel.”

“And now you’re not, is that it?”

“Not of you.”

As if it had never faltered, the shimmering heat returned. It bloomed through her chest, tangling through her limbs as she struggled to work them free to return his crushing grasp. Whining low in her throat when he kept her imprisoned, she did the only thing she could. Arching her neck, she brought their lips flush. Her tongue teased at the tender flesh, begging for entry. Devin whimpered when he tore his mouth away.


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