Today is Sunday and the Sixth day of the month, which means two things.
I’m blogging over at Tabby’s Nocturnal Nights.
And it’s Six Sentence Sunday. (Cue cheering!)
For my Six this week I’m skipping forward a bit. This excerpt if from Beth’s POV—Zane’s heroine. In this scene she is facing her best friend, Ginny, who was recently rescued from a hostage situation, and trying to tell Ginny that her husband was killed by the same men who had kidnapped her. Only Ginny doesn’t react as Beth expected.
“He’s what? Busy? In the middle of something? In a meeting?” Ginny’s voice climbed with each word, sharp as barbwire, brittle as an autumn leaf.
“No! He’s. . .” Beth reached for that robotic hand, but the tight, distant sheen in those haunted eyes told her the contact wouldn’t be welcome.
I encourage everyone to check out the rest of the excellent excerpts posted for today, you can find the links here
And a special welcome to my friend Edie Ramer who is joining us for the first time on Six Sentences Sunday. Check her six sentences out. I guarantee you won't be sorry!