by Ali House
Chloe awoke touching something wet. As the fog clouding her mind lifted, she realised that the floor she was lying on was covered with an inch of water.
The room was unfamiliar, as were the six terrified women trapped with her. Nobody could remember how they got there or knew how to get out.
Suddenly the water began to rise. Within seconds, it was almost waist high. They cried out for help, searching frantically for an escape.
Their abductor watched from another room. As the water reached shoulder height, a wicked smile crossed his face.
“You’d best start swimming, my little swans.”
Ali House resides in Nova Scotia, Canada, surrounded by overflowing bookshelves and unfinished stories. Her novels include The Six Elemental, The Fifth Queen, and The Lightbulb Forest (Engen Books). She has appeared in Apocalypse, Love, Hate, Oceans, Zero Hour 2113, and Pride (Black Hare Press).
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