Happy New Year everyone!
I’ve been working hard to finish up Love Burns, but I took a little break yesterday to work on Blame the Moonlight. So here’s six sentences from that story:
The music changed again and now they were swaying to Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” and those sultry, desperate words about not wanting to fall in love wrapped around her. She didn’t want to fall in love either, but truthfully, if she was of a mind to fall in love, falling with a man like Roy would be so, so easy.
We’re friends, just friends.
“Yes,” Roy murmured and pulled her closer.
She’d said that out loud? Oh, please let her not have said the other stuff out loud.
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11 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 5”
Oops! Love the last lines – looks like they both have doubts about their status. 😉 Sensational six!
Oh, dear. Well, at least that wasn’t as embarrassing as some other thoughts might be. Oh, friends to lovers, always so sweet.
Very poignant, with the use of the song, and then the verbal slip. Great six! Happy New Year!
I adore friends to lovers stories! Great six!
Fun, fun six!
Mellow (something in your prose echoes slow-dancing) and dreamy (where you’re not sure if you’re thinking or speaking)… and then it appears something did change. Sweet.
Oops, great 6! Hate when I say what I’m thinking– at least he didn’t get repulsed 🙂
Thanks! lol No, he’s not easily repulsed, much to her occasional frustration. 🙂
Oops. We’ve all said things out loud at times! Hopefully this turns out ok – I like your characters! Great excerpt!
Great excerpt! Pacing was fantastic, internal dialogue very appropriate. 🙂 Loved that she apparently talked aloud.
Oops, speaking her mind out loud?