Sunday, 25 March 2012
Six Sentence Sunday
A final excerpt from 'His Leading Lady.' Jess is posing as her twin sister, Lora. At the end of an evening with Kyle Drummond, the director of Lora's new show, they've shared a sizzling kiss, but when Kyle has left, Jess is mortified by her response to his kiss.
She looked at herself again in the mirror and tried to calm her thudding heart.
She was wearing Lora’s clothes, Lora’s make-up, Lora’s hairstyle.
Of course, he’d thought he was kissing Lora, not her, and she’d responded as Lora, hadn’t she?
So that was some damn good play-acting, Jess.
Except that it didn’t explain her own response.
Not just the way she’d responded to his kiss, but all those other feelings she didn’t even want to think about
This is the last week when you can buy 'His Leading Lady' at the special sale price of 99c at the Whiskey Creek website - so get it before March 31st when the sale ends! http://bit.ly/rkTX0h
This will be my last 'Six Sentence' post for a few weeks, as I'm taking part in the A-Z April Blogging Challenge, starting next Sunday. I'm taking the English Lake District as my 'theme' for the month. My latest release 'Fragrance of Violets' is set in this beautiful and fascinating corner of England, as is my June 2012 release 'Changing the Future', and the new novel I'm currently writing.
Thank you to everyone who has left comments for my 'Six Sentences' in the last few weeks, and hope you'll visit me from time to time during April to find out more about my beloved Lake District.
Meantime, please visit some of the other 'Six Sentence Sunday' writers here here http://sixsunday.com/