Sunday, December 11, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - The Rococo Room

The Rococo Room, my erotic paranormalish romance, happens to be available absolutely FREE at the moment (December 9-13, 2011) and it also happens that the first paragraph in The Rococo Room is six sentences long, so...

(The first) Six Sentences from The Rococo Room:

Delia scurried into the first empty room off the main hallway. Collapsing in the corner chair, she stole her new phone from the side pocket of her hideous black pants. Her heart clenched as she sent chasing glances in every direction. She wasn’t supposed to use her mobile in the gallery, and no good could come of getting caught. The coast was clear. Hunched over like the Virgin protecting her sacred Son, she flipped her phone open.

Kids today and their text messages! LOL

Obsessive love is strangely sad when it's as naive as Delia's. But she'll learn. The small town girl in the big city will learn fast.

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  1. Great suspense building, well done!

  2. I enjoyed your six but can't help wondering why she's wearing hideous pants. *lol*

  3. I got this book yesterday-I hope to post on it on my blog-it looks interesting

  4. Great 6, love the analogy with the Virgin Mary not only because it's such a good visual but it's part of your theme. Awesome!

  5. Definitely intriguing. Wonder who's she calling with such secrecy - guess I'll have to read the book to find out. *heads off to amazon*

  6. Intriguing start! Looking forward to more. :)

  7. Oh, Giselle, great six! I'm totally hooked. Love your voice. Gotta download it now! I love the name of your blog. That alone gave me a real kick, but then the six were super, too!