Six Sentence Sunday May 13


Yea! It’s Sunday and time for Six Sentence Sunday

Every week participants post six sentences from something they are writing – or have written. It’s a lot of fun and really a great way to meet new writers!

And I’ve met some terrific people. Thank you !

Be sure to check out the other great participants and thanks so much for stopping by.

 

 

Happy Mother’s Day :D

 

 

Last week

 

 

If they had been introduced at home, her aunt would have accompanied them, but here she knew no one to act as chaperon, and if truth be told, the lack of a third party pleased her.

 

Two nights ago, walking home from the theatre, they had been so close that his finger tips had brushed against hers; the temptation teased her to hold his hand, so warm and comfortable.

 

He probably thought she hadn’t noticed since she had been chattering away, but she had noticed the stir of air as his fingers drew closer to hers. 

I hope it was deliberate and not an accident.

 

She admonished herself to cease this train of thought at once; it felt so…evil.

 

No, she couldn’t mention Mr. Thomas to her mother, yet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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49 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday May 13

  1. Heather Boyd says:

    Very nice six. Full of yearning. :) Happy Mother’s Day

  2. Yay! Love these six. :)

  3. Wildcat's Wife says:

    This is getting absolutely romantic — in every old-fashioned sense of the word. The brush of fingertips, her inner thoughts. Lovely!!!

  4. I loved the end of that first line, really gave a good glimpse into her mind ;)

    …although I think I spent way too long imagining the position of their hands in relation to each other to nearly brush fingertips… since when you’re walking, palms usually face in, so fingers would curl in, not out unless the wrist was bent outwards (which is more than a little awkward…)

    It’s very cute :)

  5. Jessica Subject says:

    Love her internal conflict! She wants, but… Great six! :)

  6. Jenna Jaxon says:

    Beautiful description of her longing and her conflicted feelings about Mr. Thomas. These six flowed like melted butter. Awesome!

  7. Gemma Parkes says:

    Love her anguish and her longing, beautifully written.

  8. Cara Bristol says:

    Fun, romantic, sensual. I like the way the story is progressing. BTW, when I clicked on the SSS blog link to your site, the May 6 post popped up. i had to click on your six sentence sunday link to get the current post.

  9. Jo-Ann Carson says:

    Awesome…as beautiful as the picture above it.

  10. Kate Warren says:

    The hussy! LOL Beautifully written. “the stir of air as his fingers moved closer…” What a breathtaking line!

  11. Dee Carney says:

    Excellent six! Boo for chaperones! lol

  12. oooh…I love the anticipation! Nicely done six!

  13. Silver James says:

    Uh oh! Keeping secrets from her mum. *waggles brows* You’ve got some terrific emotion and imagery in this six!

  14. The anticipation you’ve continued to build is simply delicious. I can’t wait to see what it bubbles into!

  15. KE Saxon says:

    Oh, she’s definitely pining! Delightful six!!

  16. Gem says:

    No, not evil. But she’s struggling with all those “thou shalt nots” I can tell. Well done!

  17. Cate Masters says:

    Nice girls can enjoy a little evil now and then, lol. Hope she goes with it!

  18. Jennifer Lowery says:

    What a romantic six! Loved it!

  19. J.C. Martin says:

    I can imagine how scandalous that must have been in those days!

  20. Very nice! I can feel her anticipation. :)

  21. Mae Clair says:

    This was everything romance should be – – sweet, poetic and full of yearning. I loved that there was such yearning in this with a wondrous tingle of anticipation. Lovely.

  22. Nice building of sexual tension!

  23. Kaitlin says:

    Ooo, great job adding tension with only the thought of a hand hold. Fab!

  24. That picture is perfect!

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