Six Sentence Sunday: That Blissful Moment Before The First Kiss #sixsunday #writing

Welcome back and thanks for chosing to stop by for your Six Sentence Sunday fix. I always love having visitors. 🙂

Since I received my copyright in the mail from the Library of Congress, I decided to include six sentences from my soon to be released debut novel, CALL OF THE SEA.

Rather than set the scene on this one, I think I will let the post speak for itself. 🙂 Enjoy!

Her calloused fingertip traced his lower lip and her eyes filled with wonder.

Daniel’s hands surrounded her waist before he realized he’d moved. Her scent, a heady mix of lilac and peppermint spice, wafted up to him. His desire surged. “Ellie?”

The question hung in the air between them for endless seconds.

Welp, that got my engine running this morning. How about you? Comments always welcome. Be sure to add CALL OF THE SEA to your Goodreads TBR pile. You can find it here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13423867-call-of-the-sea

Clicking on the link at the top of the post will bring you back to the host site so you can visit with the other authors participating in Six Sentence Sunday this week.

See you soon. 🙂

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About Rebecca Hart

Im a single parent of three and a published author of romance in all sorts of sub-genres. A full time IT geek, Managing Editor of Roane Publishing, cover artist and a reformed gaming addict -- I live to write fantasy peppered with a dash of romantic nonsense :P Addicted to all things pirates, penguins, Johnny Depp and rum. Follow me on Twitter: @Rebelhart69

Posted on March 18, 2012, in #sixsunday, Call of the Sea, Fiction, My Writing, Paranormal Romance, Six Sentence Sunday and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Sheesh! I’m ready to kiss the damn computer screen! Great six! 😉

  2. Nice six. Lilac and peppermint spice. What a sweet and spicy scent.

  3. Very sweet. That’s the best moment–when they’re teetering at the precipice of love from the cliffs of friendship (ooh, I’m saving metaphor for a rainy day).

  4. It’s that moment before they crash into each other, before they both fully commit. Wonderful six! 🙂

  5. very hot set up. well done!

  6. Nice moment! The post does speak for itself.

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