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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

Faith Anderson stormed into the Institute. She was wet, cold, and naked thanks to the shift she had made, which had destroyed her clothes. Months ago, the last fact would have bothered her but these days she'd gotten so used to being nude, to seeing everyone else in nothing but the skin they were born in, that she really didn't care one hoot who saw her. But the cold and wet bothered her. Not to mention the burn in her belly stemming from a mass conspiracy to keep a very important fact from her.

There was another Kane on the island and apparently he was her mate.

19 comments:

  1. Juicy six! and beautifully written as always. Thank you for a wonderfully intriguing snippet.

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  2. Hate when people conspire to keep you in the dark. And hiding her mate?? Great six!

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  3. Wow - just loved this - have so many questions!

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  4. Love this line: "…seeing everyone else in nothing but the skin they were born in…" Cool six!

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  5. I love how realistic you write emotions and the physical manifestations that they take. Being wet and cold is no fun. But, finding out about this Kane guy--her mate-- would be even worse.

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  6. OMG. Faboo cover. Show's his strength.

    Nice six, too. Want more
    Faith!

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  7. I love that last bit! Trouble's stirring!

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  8. Nothing burns worse than betrayal!

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  9. love this story! amazing series, Rebecca.

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  10. Love your wolf books!! This one sounds great too!

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  11. Yay for shifters handling the clothes problem believably! And also, this is damn fine writing.

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  12. Fabulous description! Now why would that be hidden from her?

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  13. I love how this pulls us in. These wolves are sooooo good. Great six Rebecca!

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  14. Great description. I loved it. Awesome six!

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  15. Love 'the burn in her belly' -- that's a description we can all relate to. Terrific six!

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  16. Fabulous writing, Rebecca. I love your style. Great six!

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