Sunday, September 25, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

Aww…It’s Sunday once again, and thankfully, I have all my tires this week. Thank you to everyone who continues to come by week after week to keep up with my Six Sentences. I may not be able to thank everyone individually, but let me tell you…you rock! Hard. I love comments.

This week we’re still inside Chris’s POV in Dearly Beloved and we pick up right where we left off after Renée drops the chair on her foot.
Before either guessed the other’s intentions it was too late. Grabbing the back of the chair between them, Renée reached out to steady herself at that exact moment Chris reached to pull it out for her. Their hands touched and eyes locked. Something that can only be described as an electrical current or a shock hit Chris.

He’d never felt anything like it before, it was as if everything about him shot out and into her and vice versa. If she didn’t already own him before, she definitely owned him now, that one touch branded him for all eternity.
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14 comments:

  1. Really like the idea--and your description--of that instant connection through a single touch. Would love to read more.

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  2. Oh my - love that last paragraph! Well done, Piper! :)

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  3. Whew! She needs to do something about that owning now! ;)

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  4. If he thinks she owns him, does he feel he sould own her too? great six.

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  5. First shock of connection. Vivid description in this six!

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  6. Oh, love the description, Piper. That shock of connection ... wonderful.

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  7. Good job showing that jolt of sexual awareness.

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  8. A very intense six! I look forward to reading more! :)

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  9. A very intriguing and emotional six! Great job :)

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  10. Awesome six....love the last sentence...now I want to read more!

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  11. The feelings run very deep in this. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I'd say we were in Shakespeare Country, where love-at-first-sight is an everyday thing, except this isn't at first sight but very long-standing... more like a pool of gasoline waiting for a match.

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