Only one more Sunday until Clear As Day releases on April 4 and I’m still happy dancing from the 4 1/2 star scorcher review from RT Book Reviews!
In today’s six, Nate and Kay are enjoying the sticky, sweet treat of s’mores around the campfire, when a smudge of chocolate tempts Nate to more:
Hell of a great kiss, oh, yeah.
Nate sank into the slow, hot rush. Kay’s mouth was sweet and soft, her unbraided hair rippled silk, and as her body relaxed against his, the fire and their friends faded from thought. He soaked it all in: the chocolate, the sugar, her breath feathering over his skin. The brush and sway of her body against his drove his blood south and left his head buzzing. Kissing Kay was the best sugar rush.
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15 thoughts on “Kissing Kay – Six Sentence Sunday”
Very nice six. Makes me feel warm and fuzzy.
Aw, that’s sexy and sweet at the same time!
Gorgeous six. Loved, “unbraided hair rippled silk” and “drove his blood south.” Nice!
Great sensual and sweet 6! Love hearing his feelings and descriptions of this moment, how he focuses in on the moment and savors it, and then the nice line at the end to sum it up. Well done!
What a great way to ‘sweeten’ the pot. Nice six, Babs!
Wonderful Six – love the imagery – and a great last line!
Now I want some s’mores. Lovely sensory descriptions. A great six! How are you planning to celebrate release day, Babette?
My coworkers are planning to take me out for a celebratory lunch after work. 🙂
Sexy and sensual – great six!
I love the way you’ve described the kiss. Very sensual.
Loved those six sentences!
Great description… awesome six!
Yummy excerpt. I can almost taste that melted chocolate and marshmallow; and when a kiss is added, the result must be heavenly. A delicious kissing scene.
Thank you, everyone. 🙂