Six Sentence Sunday 49

This week I have a taste of my Christmas Cowboys WIP, Cupid Christmas. This will be out just before Christmas and is the last in the Forbes Ranch Christmas Cowboys Series. In this snippet, Steve is about to risk everything and ask his former lover Dalton out to dinner.

Now, Steve had to face the man who had taken away his dreams of a loving relationship and set him on a path of soulless one night stands and chance encounters.  Dalton’s eyes held wariness and his posture had an unnatural stiffness, as if he’d braced himself for a physical blow. Considering his words only minutes before, Steve figured his former lover thought he might have stopped him in order to get in a few licks, verbal or even physical. Not that Steve had ever been the fighting type. He’d always been a lover not a fighter which is one reason he’d never fought to keep Dalton all those years ago.

“Something I can do for you, Steve?”

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26 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday 49

  1. Gemma Parkes says:

    Very interesting six! Loved it!

  2. Vivien Dean says:

    Good characterization! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. C.C. says:

    I’m always a sucker for reunions. Nothing like catching the one that got away! Delicious six, Lex.

  4. Nice six! Loved the descriptions of his posture.

  5. Cherie Marks says:

    Hmmm. The tension is tightening between these two. Nice six.

  6. Pretty sure Steve can come up with something for you to do for him, Dalton.

    OMG. LOVE that cover!!

  7. Sharita Lira says:

    Fab 6 Lex!


    I want to read more too

  8. Nina Pierce says:

    This is a great six, Lex. Congratulations on this newest release.

  9. Eleri Stone says:

    I like reunion stories, especially if it was a rocky split.

  10. Laura Kaye says:

    Love the setup and want to know what happens next!

  11. Dakota Trace says:

    I love it Lex. I’ll be looking for this when it comes out. I have a feeling nothing is ever as it seems – especially between past lovers.

  12. Great tension in that Six!

  13. Gem Sivad says:

    Never want the lost lover to know how much it hurt. I could really feel the anger/regret in these six!

  14. Liz Crowe says:

    fantastic. sounds like a great story.

  15. Fab six. Need. More. 😉

  16. Graylin Fox says:

    *raises hand* I have some suggestions for the “what to do” part.

  17. I always enjoy your writing so much. I love that last line. Very real.

  18. Zee Monodee says:

    I think I’m already half in love with Steve 🙂 Great six

  19. Great setup! I want to know what happens next. 🙂

  20. Alix says:

    Great six! I love your description and last line. A perfect snippet to make me want more.