Six Sentence Sunday, November 18, 2012, #sixsunday

Here’s another snippet from my current WIP, the sequel to Cookies for Santa. In this scene, Spinelli, the tough homicide detective, is called out of bed to investigate a murder.

He leaned forward and brushed his lips lightly across hers. He knew he had to keep it light or he wouldn’t be able to leave. She didn’t play fair. She reached up, wrapped her arms around his neck, and pulled him to her. He let her, he was weak. His mind was mush.


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11 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday, November 18, 2012, #sixsunday”

  1. Heehee … love a girl who doesn’t play fair, and a man who let’s her. … I also like that you’ve given me a visual as to what they look like (Molly and Anson); it makes it even more fun. … Did you get anything yesterday?

    1. P.S. – Just grabbed your book for Kindle for PC … can’t wait for it on my Nook. 😉

      1. Thanks, Maddie. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed Sunshine Hunter.

    2. Just got back from the woods…Day 2, still no luck for me but my brother got a really nice buck yesterday…the kind you only dream of getting. I hope that monster buck didn’t walk by my blind when I was reading your blog yesterday:)

      1. Ooh, good for your brother. My husband tells stories of sleeping in blinds. 😉 I’m sure I’ll enjoy your book tremendously. I read a few pages earlier, but don’t want to get sucked in just yet. NaNo first, Cookies for Santa after.

  2. lol- You go girl! Don’t let him softly caress those lips and leave.
    And… he has it bad for her, too. He doesn’t stand a chance. Love it!
    Great six.

    1. You’re right, he doesn’t stand a chance:) Thanks for stopping by.

    1. The table has turned on poor Spnelli. Thanks for stopping by Sandra.

  3. Evelyn Jules says:

    And now my mind is mush. Mmmm, I love reading about kisses. 😀 Great six, Val!

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