16 March 2013

Sweet Saturday Sample 16-03-13

Time for Sweet Saturday Sample again, and this week I'm continuing from where I left off last week one of my Gasquet Princes WsIP, its working title - Sacha's Story.

Sacha is the third (being the younger twin) Gasquet brother, and this clip comes from may be the opening scene in his story.

 
He swung round with the intention of heading for the hall to watch the man pretending to be his twin, enter the house, but found his path blocked.

“They why is not obvious to me, so before we greet this imposter, if imposter he is, you better share your conclusions,” Liam demanded.

His head snapped up, his attention on the closed sitting room door. “Whoever is behind this subterfuge is counting on their man getting past us.  After all, if he can fool his brothers, then whoever has organised this exchange can be more confident their man will fool the public.  
“And there’s his first error.” Sacha breathed in a sigh of relief when the doorbell peeled. 

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8 comments:

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Now I'm really curious! Thanks for sharing....

Here's MY SWEET SATURDAY SAMPLE

ruthrainwater said...

I went back and read last week's, too, as I totally missed last week's "Sample". I had never thought about using twins in my stories, but then it's my characters that drive my stories, not me. :-)

Interesting concept.

Marsha Ward said...

Nice piece, Sherry! I'm reading a book now where mistaking twins one for another leads to all sorts of mayhem.

Sherry Gloag said...

:-) Thanks for coming by Laurel-Rain.

Sherry Gloag said...

:-) Like you Ruthrainwater my characters rule the roost, and dealing with twins, especially when they demand their own story has been a 'show-stopper' and very conveluted. (for me anyway!)) Thanks for coming by and your kind words.

Sherry Gloag said...

Thanks for coming by, yes twins in a story can sure cause mayhem on many levels and almost any situation. Thanks for coming by.

jeff7salter said...

very cool set-up.
I love stories with twins. All kinds of possibilities.

SherryGLoag said...

:-) Thanks Jeff.