Saturday, January 21, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday - More Sisters in Time

Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday.  If you click on the hyper-link, you'll find a whole passel of authors who share an exciting six with you every week.

Last week's six concerned Taylor, (Sisters in Time) the feisty, female attorney from the 20th century who awakens and finds herself in a room someone might find on a dude-ranch.  Actually, she's traveled back in time to Denver territory, and is on the Rocking C Ranch in the 1800s.  She's in possession of her mental faculties, but she's in Mariah's body, and of course, you saw her reaction to Frank when he insisted she was his wife.

Continuing on, Mariah is awake in a modern-day hospital in Denver, and a strange man sits by her bed, calls her darling, and is totally blind-sided when she insists she isn't who he believes her to be.

My Six:

My name is Mariah Cassidy.”

She seemed so serious; it worried him. “Fine, sweetheart. Whatever you say. You rest and I’ll go get the nurse or a doctor or…somebody.”

He cast a final confused look over his shoulder as he walked out the door.

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I hope you'll continue to join me as we learn more about Sisters in Time, available on Amazon or at Eternal Press.

15 comments:

Cate Masters said...

Aw, they're both confused! Such a great premise, Ginger.

Megan Johns said...

Love the time travel premise

Patricia Green said...

I like the fact that your focus is on both aspects, modern and historical. Very interesting six!

Angela Quarles said...

oh no, hopefully he won't lock her up!

gemma parkes said...

Lovely story telling!

Veronica Scott said...

Enjoyed the snippet! Obviously a lot more has to happen, will enjoy reading about it!

Sue Ann Bowling said...

Sounds like everybody's confused, especially the husbands.

Cassandra Carr said...

Uh-oh. These things never go well...

Karysa Faire said...

This looks like it will be a great read! I'm curious to know how similar they look--will they recognize themselves when they look in a mirror?

Gem Sivad said...

Definitely a scary scenario. Not amnesia, she really isn't the woman he thinks she is. Great plot!

Alix Cameron said...

Wonderfully done.

Alix Cameron said...

Wonderfully done.

Monica Enderle Pierce said...

What an eye-opening this is gonna be for all of them!

Natalie G. Owens said...

I'll definitely be back! Love this storyline...

Sherry Gloag said...

I loce the way you introduce the rippling impact of the switch of the two women. Great six.

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