So, I might be a bit quiet on Facebook and Twitter for the next week or so. I debated not posting six sentences, but I gave into temptation at the last minute. This is just too much fun. (Yes, I'm addicted.)
On to SSS - this is another snippet from my work in progress, SILVER LININGS. My first post from this WIP is here, where Parker has just walked into Billie's gift shop. They haven't seen one another for a decade. Annabelle is Billie's great aunt, who also works at the store.
Here are my six:
As if sensing the weight of her appraising gaze, Parker looked at Billie then he slowly smiled. Her pulse stumbled when he held her gaze longer than was necessary to merely acknowledge her.
“Not the scrawny toothpick he was when he was a boy, now is he?” Annabelle had put her hand over her mouth to cover her conspiratorial whisper and of course Parker noticed. His left eyebrow –it was always his left - drew up in a question.
Billie shook her head - she didn’t remember Parker having ever been scrawny.
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