So, since everyone has placed their entry into their blogs, I'm placing my over 200-word scene here. Hope you like it. Its actually from my fourth book. And for you who are becoming a fan of my master vampire, Vasyl; this is for you!
The door opened, Lonny ducked his blond- gray head in. “My lord. I have brought the offending one to you.”
“Very well. You and your entourage have the right to stay and witness.”
Lonny nodded and then opened the door wider. He made a signal to someone out in the hallway. Two male vampires pushed Niki forward. Her blond hair a little mussed, her attire slightly askew as though they had had a little tussle with her.
“This is Niki, my lord. This is the one who attacked Sabrina,” Lonny said.
Vasyl turned to me and I nodded that he was correct. He turned back to the others.
“This is my woman. You attacked her; hurt her,” Vasyl said. “Why did you do this?”
“But I didn't know she was yours. I thought she was—” Niki brought her hand up to her mouth, looking as though she could take back the words. It was too late.
“You thought she was what?” he asked.
“I thought she was Tremayne's human,” she went on, rushed. “I—we all heard that she attacked him with a dagger . . . in the heart. He—”
Vasyl put his hand up and looked back at Sabrina. “This is true?” he asked me.
“The dagger went after him. It stabbed him in the heart. I had the Sanguine Team brought to him quickly, and they took him to tend to him. I also gave him an ounce of my blood so that he could heal faster. But that's all I did. I was told that I was exonerated by the N.A.V.A., and that I would not be hunted.”
“But she has a bounty on her head by the Council!” Niki shouted over me, pointing. “They over-ride the Vampire Association. I was in full right to hunt her. The Human Hunting Ban was lifted!”
Vasyl put his hand up to stop her again. “I do not belong to the Vampire Association,” he said. “I do not abide by their laws, nor anyone else's laws. I go by my laws.”
“Then, y-you're a rogue?” she asked, looking a little amazed.
He squinted at her. “A very old rogue who has done well for himself. But that is not what is in question here. You defied me,” he went on. “In doing so, you have shown defiance to me. Your defiance cannot go unpunished.”
Her frown hardened.
“You will be banished from this house.” Vasyl lifted his eyes to take in Lonny. “You will send her out at dawn,” he advised. “She cannot be aided by another human in your community, and being that the sun will be soon up, your vampires, nor any other vampire can help her in any way. She is banished, and will have to find her own shelter and her own means.”
Lonny nodded and grasped Niki by the shoulders. “Come.”