Saturday, December 17, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

It's Six Sentence Sunday again...where you can find links to some great reads.  I'm happy to be part of such impressive company.  This week  I'm jumping back to  my latest release, Embezzled Love. Part of any relationship includes fighting and making up.  Evan's good at getting himself back into Cassie's good graces.  :)

She stood, peering out the window, when Evan walked up behind her, put his arms around her and pulled her close. They didn't speak.

The aromatic smell of apple dishwashing detergent still hung in the air even though the soapy water had disappeared down the drain. His warmth permeated her robe and brought a secure feeling that dispelled his presumed past.

"Cat got your tongue, baby girl?" His toasty breath drifted across her neck. "Do you have any idea how much I love you?"

*****

I look forward to sharing more with you and  I wish each of you...


7 comments:

Cate Masters said...

Such a cozy scene. Why does it have a disturbing undertone? Great work, Ginger. Happy holidays!

veronicascott said...

Smooth talker. And he does dishes? Nice way to set up the scene, could smell that apple scented soap. Great snippet.

Gem Sivad said...

Love the cover, the title, and this six. This scene intrigues me as if there are two levels in the story. What you see and what is really happening. Great snippet!

sarahballance said...

This is a wonderful six, and my favorite part is the apple scented dish soap. I have some of that, so it really brought the scene alive. :c) (I also have apple scented rum, and now I'm thinking of it, lol).

diannehartsock said...

This scene seems so sweet, until I remember the allusion to his 'presumed past'. Wonder what the rumors are? Very nice. :)
Have a great Christmas!

Lucy Felthouse said...

Great snippet, Ginger!

And a very happy holiday to you, too! :)

buy rift account said...

WoW! this is so great.

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