Sunday, May 01, 2011
Six Sentence Sunday
Sunday again, and I'm once more on the Six Sentence Sunday bandwagon.
I met so many great people last week and can only hope this will be the case again this time. I'm looking forward to trolling the SSS list and discovering lots of astounding gems among the authors and authors' works posted.
So, without further ado, here's today's tidbit. Last week, my excerpt dipped into the heroine's POV, to shed some light about her thoughts on the hero. I'll turn the tables today, and give you a piece of the hero's POV, what he's thinking about this woman when she walks into his life again.
Excerpt taken from Chapter 1, which opens in the hero's POV.
"...Her voice was throaty, cautious. None of the girlish high pitch of the Kel he’d known remained in her tone. He’d been with her a little under two decades ago – that would make her about thirty-five today, the same age as he. An adult, a grown woman, sophisticated and worldly. Nothing like a bright-eyed teenager spending her first summer in Martha’s Vineyard.
No, he didn’t know the person she had become..."
Looking forward to your thoughts. :)
Have a great Sunday.
From Mauritius with love,
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Very nice and leaves me wanting to know more
Sounds like he's interested in getting to know her again though! Nice description.
Love the excerpt. Intriguing.
Thank you Viviane! I was hoping this excerpt would whet up the appetite. :)
Thanks for coming over. Hugs!
Lol Cate! Yup, against his will, and better judgement, he'll want to get to know her again.
Thanks for dropping by. Hugs!
Thank you Theresa!
Yeay -- welcome to Six Sunday, Zee. I didn't do it last week, so had no idea you'd joined in :)
Love your six. Nice reflection on what was, and what isn't today, but hinting at what might be tomorrow. Hope this is leading up to re-sparking a few old flames ;)
Great six! Sounds like he's interested in knowing the woman she's become.
Hey JoAnne! Yup, joined the bandwagon finally, and it's been so much fun. :)
Yes, indeed - this is the sparking of old flames. Will be some push, pull, & tug before they both let this happen, but it's not easy battling Fate.
Thanks for coming over! Hugs
Thanks Sarah! Yup, he's interested all right. He doesn't want to, but he is intrigued, and everyone knows it's hard to forget your first love. :)
Beautiful, beautiful descriptive language!
Nice introduction to both characters.
Oh, I love a good reunion story. Especially when they're no longer the kids they once were!
Makes me wonder what makes Kel this new person. He's a guy so logic says he'd probably done something.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
I missed last weeks but liked this six too much to miss it, so scrolled down.
I'll be back for more!
The hook at the end adds intrigue. Love it.
You did a nice job of presenting a little bit of history here, plus a hint of the future. I'm looking forward to more.
Extremely well written!
Ohh Lost love?
I like rekindling stories.
All my best,
Allure Van Sanz
Thank you, Rebecca! This means so much coming from you. :)
Thanks Susanna. I go into more detail in the story, and it's so, so hard to find those 'perfect' 6 sentences for this post.
That's exactly it - I love the new dimension age and maturity brings.
There's quite a twist to this tale - I think I'll put that revelation up as SSS next week. :)
Lol Joyce. Actually, he's the innocent party in here. I like playing with 'expected' developments and Kel is the only one responsible for becoming this new woman. :)
Thank you Gem! Glad you could drop by. :)
Thanks Lindsay. Glad the hook worked. :)
Thank you Sandy. Glad the past, present, and future came across these few lines.
Thank you! That's an amazing compliment!
It's definitely lost love and rekindling romance. There's a twist to the tale - I'm prolly gonna post that up next week. :)
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