12 February 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

12th Feb
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To celebrate Valentine's Day on Tuesday, I am again sharing more from of my Valentine Story, His Chosen Bride, coming soon from Astraea Press, about Henri Gasquet, hero in the second story of four about the Gasquet Princes.

Today's six follows right on from yesterday's offering...

Her hands moved from Henri’s hair to roam over his back; raking, pulling, pushing. Emotions she never suspected herself capable of coursed through her. While Henri’s lips moved from her throat to the swell of her breasts, her hand began tugging his shirt free.

Something changed. Cool wind blew over heated skin, Henri’s hands dropped away, fisted and disappeared into his pockets. And so far he’d not spoken one single word.

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I hope your Valentine's day is everything you wish for.

12 comments:

Ginger Simpson said...

Well isn't that the pits. Viagra perhaps? *lol* Can't wait to read more.

Sarah Ballance said...

There'd better be something good in that pocket! LOL. This is a lovely six. Well done, Sherry!

diannehartsock said...

That wasn't nice of him at all! Poor girl. He better have a very good explanation!!

Elaine Cantrell said...

Well, that's no fun for her.

Angela Quarles said...

Oh no! Why did he stop :(

Gayle said...

Oh dear! I wonder what made him stop.

Sherry Gloag said...

ROFL Ginger. Actually it turns out good in the next sentence, but...we are only allowed six on Sundays :-) LOL

Sherry Gloag said...

Thanks Sarah, yeah it turns out good :-)

Sherry Gloag said...

LOL Dianne, yeah, it turns out good. :-)

Sherry Gloag said...

LOL Elaine, it turns out good for her.

Sherry Gloag said...

To get something out of his pocket, Angela? LOL

Sherry Gloag said...

It all turns out good in the next sentence but I could only use six today :-)