Six Sentence Sunday, August 12, 2012

Following is the third excerpt from my novella, Cookies for Santa.  The story is about a tough homicide detective who goes undercover as Santa to catch a killer and to protect his new love interest.

“So you’re going to stick out the Santa thing at least another day?”

“What are you saying? You don’t think I make a good Santa?”

 Sannon’s soft sweet chuckle rang through his ears. “Oh, you’re a natural, all right. I don’t recall ever seeing a man look so horrified at the sight of children.”

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2 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday, August 12, 2012”

  1. Silver says:

    Touche! Love the byplay between them. Fun six.

  2. Another smile crossed my face today! Nice interaction between these two. Can’t wait for more. 🙂

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