I rub my eyes. “It’s rude to watch someone sleeping, you know?"
“I was bored and you talk in your sleep,” Elijah says.
I blush, wondering what I’d said.
“Don’t worry, it wasn’t anything rude, unfortunately for me,” he says.
(Natalie and Elijah, Phoenix – A Black City Novel, Book #2, June 2013)
Who would play him in a movie: Douglas Booth
More About the Author:
Elizabeth Richards is an award-winning journalist, who spent her early career reviewing videogames before making the bold (or crazy) move into travel writing, despite suffering from terrible travel sickness.
In her spare time, she ran a successful lifestyle website aimed at teenage girls, where she got to interview many of her favourite bands, go to gigs and basically blag loads of free swag all in the name of ‘research’.
Elizabeth lives in Buckinghamshire, England, with her husband. Black City is her debut novel.
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