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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

Todays six are from Her Wolf: The Westervelt Wolves Book 1, the book that started it all for me. You can purchase it here or at most online bookstores if you are interested. Make sure to visit all the 6-Sunday authors. The list can be found here.

When she found him, she stopped breathing for a second as pleasure swirled within her chest. With his dark mane and his proud posture, he would have stood out even if he didn’t avoid the others. She walked closer, just to the edge of where he was visible to her, careful not to draw attention to herself.


Loneliness hung like a tangible cloak around him. Ashlee chuckled at her crazy thoughts. God, if anyone heard her inner dialogue, they’d think she was talking about a man, not a wolf.

28 comments:

  1. Wonderful six, beautifully written. Thank you.

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  2. He sounds beautiful. Wolves are awesomer than men, but I guess werewolves take the cake :D Great six, Rebecca!

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  3. Wonderful description and internal dialogue. A fabulous six!

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  4. Excellent snippet. Her emotions are so palpable. And hey, if you can get man and wolf in one package, that's a great deal!

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  5. I remember this scene! SLove when she finds him!

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  6. No wonder she wants him--I want him too. Rawrrrr!

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  7. She finds him - nice - wonder if she knows what she found?

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  8. Nice six. I love the bit about loneliness :)

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  9. Touching, Rebecca. Haunting and beautiful.

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  10. Love this book! Great six Rebecca. :)

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  11. I can really like the character insight in this six.

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  12. There's a subtle sense of melancholy with the six. Nice!

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  13. Only in this case, it's the same thing, so I'm thinking she's being too hard on herself. ;)

    Great six, Rebecca.

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  14. This is so nicely written xx Great six xx

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  15. Like the cloak of loneliness. Very moody. Nice.

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  16. An amazing description and inner workings of her thoughts. This book is what led me to you so it holds a special place for me.

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  17. Great six with a lot of emotional punch. She doesn't know how true her words are, does she?

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  18. Great description! Wonderful six! TY for the visit to Michael M's

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  19. Loneliness hung like a tangible cloak around him.

    Love. Great six

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  20. Lots of conflicting feeling in this: caution and compassion and then self-consciousness (as she hears her own thoughts)... and of course quite a bit of transition in six sentences.

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  21. Your prose is always so evocative. Thank you for sharing!

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  22. great description; her inner thoguths are wonderful

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  23. You had me convinced you were talking about a man. I had to go back and reread! Great six!

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