Sunday, February 12, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday - the Valentine's edition

As Valentine's Day is just around the corner, this Sunday's Six Sentences are from the chapter where my main character falls in love.

A sudden summer storm came that evening. Photius found his own shelter, leaving the two young people in each other’s arms under a huge fallen tree. The thunder startled Danisa and the rain chilled them both. They cuddled closer together and as suddenly as the lightning they were kissing. As the rain ran down over their skin, they were making love, softly yet intensely. And as the rain lightened and stopped, they held each other’s naked bodies close and fell asleep.

This is from Part 2 of The Bones of the Earth.

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4 comments:

  1. I like it! Hello from a fellow campaigner. I wish all the best and look forward to reading your future posts. :)

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  2. Hi Scott. Nice writing. Greetings from the trail!

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