Six Sentence Sunday 56

I was going to jump back to Kissing Joan Collins and give you six of that before I finished it and sent it to my editor. (It’s slated to be a Valentine’s Day release for MLR Press if I finish on time.) Instead, this week’s six is also from my WIP Bad Choices, which I featured last week, but I’m going to back up a little and give you a taste of what happened between Peyton and Cooper before last week’s confession about Devlin.

When he cupped the side of her face with his hand, she realized that the cool metal of his wedding band was missing. She twisted away from his kiss, her eyes opening. Peyton stared back at her, his chest heaving.

“What are you doing?” she asked, trying to whip up her anger. “I’ve barely seen you since Devlin died and now you’re here kissing me and dredging up the past. Why are you here and where the hell is your wedding ring?”

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Happy Sunday!

 

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10 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday 56

  1. Where the hell is your wedding ring? That’s great!

  2. Sarah Grimm says:

    Great tension in this snippet. Really want to know more!

  3. Dee Carney says:

    Oops. Someone’s in trouble! (*whispers* Where is the ring?!)

  4. Alix says:

    I just want to keep on reading, you have me hooked.

  5. I love that, “Where the HELL is your wedding ring?” I bet he’s got a good reason for not wearing it.

  6. Karla Doyle says:

    Great snippet. Love the mix of passion and conflict.Very hooky, too–definintely makes me want to know more.

  7. Laura Kaye says:

    Great tension between their passion and her struggling to think about what’s going on!

  8. Love how she’s “trying to whip up her anger”! Hard to do after a passionate kiss. Great six!