Six Sentence Sunday Sept 9

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.

It’s been three weeks since I was able to post on SSS and I missed you all very much. I am back now and attempting to return to my WIP, Misfits.

The Misfits is a group of four couples, consisting of four who work as part of the mid-management team for the devil, Mr.D, as soul collectors, and their partners, who are human.

One couple is Gideon (Devil’s agent) and Phoebe (librarian) who have been together only two months when the story opens. I’m skipping along to a scene where they’ve returned home after she has met the other three couples for the first time. And since I need cheering up, I’ve picked the sex scene that occurs at the end of chapter two.

Her blueberry coloured eyes glittered with flashes of violet as they  touched each other with greedy eyes, busy hands, and eager mouths, blankets  kicked off the bed, and pillows lay haphazardly across the mattress.

Aside from their sounds of gratification and the tires swooshing on the road’s wet pavement nothing broke the room’s silence.

 The bedside lamp cast a yellow circle highlighting her light curls.

He lost himself in her honey and vanilla taste, fuel for his desire, her breaths hurried to catch up to  each other. 

When her distinctive berry scent and impatient squirming roused his awareness, he lifted his head, slid his hands down under her bottom and raised her hips, surrendering to her lust and to his own need.

In unison their cries of pleasure mingled until the two voices became one, shattering the quiet.
















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40 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday Sept 9

  1. Carrie Crain says:

    I liked your description about the “wet” roads. Bwahaha. Was that a foreshadowing of their hot encounter? Greedy eyes & mangled pleasure was awesome.

  2. Jessica Subject says:

    Glad to see you back, Sue! Hope you’re doing well. Nice six!

  3. Jenna Jaxon says:

    A very sensual six, here. Taste, smell, sound. And “blueberry” eyes–gorgeous color. Nice six!

  4. Heather Boyd says:

    Hey, welcome back. Great six. I love a sexy snippet on a Sunday.

  5. Gemma Parkes says:

    That was beautiful, l love your phrasing and the descriptions are exquisite!

  6. Elin Gregory says:

    Lovely descriptions and a real sense of urgency. One quibble – was mangled a typo?

  7. Amazing six…great description and HOT scene!

  8. Vivien Dean says:

    Some lovely description here, really paints a picture. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Kate Warren says:

    I like the blueberry eyes. Is her berry scent also blueberry?

  10. Brenda Barry says:

    Very nicely done and I love love the blueberry eyes. Never heard that used before but love it. 🙂

  11. That’s one happy couple. Love the idea of matching a devil’s agent with a human. Ripe for conflict and fire and where there’s fire, there’s steam!

  12. Glad we are both back Sue. Your six were definitely more descriptive than mine! 😉 I especially liked her impatient squirming. Nice six.

  13. Delicious Sunday brunch! 😉 Looking forward to reading more, and welcome back!

  14. Mae Clair says:

    Welcome back! You have been missed, dear lady! So you dropped us right into a sexy, sizzling scene. My favorite part was “He lost himself in her honey and vanilla taste..” Evocative, scorching and, somehow sweet, at the same itme.

  15. J.C. Martin says:

    Steamy! I love her “blueberry coloured” eyes. What an unusual and pretty shade!

  16. Wow, vibrant details, beautiful wording, intense scene. That’s a great way to come back, Sue! Welcome back!

  17. What an intriguing story! This is an elegant, intimate scene — very nice. 🙂

  18. Sue says:

    Thanks! it took forever to write

  19. bluerose says:

    Well, that would certainly cheer anybody up 😉
    Hope you’re feeling better

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  21. Dana Mason says:

    Wish granted! Thanks!
    I love this line, “Aside from their sounds of gratification and the tires swooshing on the road’s wet pavement nothing broke the room’s silence.”

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