This week's six sentences come from a recent release called "The Rococo Room," an urban fantasy-ish, paranormal-ish small-town girl in the big city erotic romance:
His lean chest glowed pale blue as she traced her finger around the black lines of his killer tattoo. Skeleton, rose, broken heart. “What's it about?” she asked.
His pink nipples drew into tight buds as she touched his skin. “Life,” he said.
She tried to understand for herself, but life just didn't seem that painful to her.
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I love, love, love that last line. Beautiful writing.ReplyDelete
I'm with Rebecca on this one. Love the last line! Fantastic six!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful. It's both sensual and emotional. Lovely. Great 6!ReplyDelete
Nice six, lovely and different.ReplyDelete
Lovely description. She seems quite naive, but I find myself hoping (vainly, probably) that she keeps that innocence.ReplyDelete
Wow. This really shows the contrast between the two characters. Good writing.ReplyDelete
Great characterization in the last line. It says so much about her so succinctly.ReplyDelete