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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

These six are from Alpha Wolf, the fifth book in the Westervelt Wolves series.

“I’m trying to figure out who I need to kill for putting their hands on you, Scarlett.

Help me out here.”

She sucked in a gasp of air and finally met his eyes. “You would do that? For me?”

We need to take her home and wrap her up in our sheets and just hold her for

months and months.

15 comments:

  1. I love the thoughts after the dialogue, great six! I'm so hooked.

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  2. The introspection after the dialogue really has me thinking. Love this snippet, Rebecca! x

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  3. Good story. I read this one and enjoyed the tenderness toward Scarlett.

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  4. Love the possessive dominate male here. Great six!

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  5. A lot of emotion and insight in this six. Awesome! :)

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  6. Great emotion. Love their possessiveness. Great six.

    I hope this doesn't sound snarky or anything, but I found the font really difficult to read against the background. I had to highlight the words to see them. Just wanted to let you know. :)

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  7. Love the juxtaposed sweet and deadly. Great emotion!

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  8. Love the first line and then the caring thought at the end

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  9. How sweet -- he's feeling all protective...and vengeful! Love those boo covers and my goodness, is it me or does the guy on the Alpha Wolf cover look like a VERY hot Gary Sinise?

    J.C.

    Join me in the Trick or Treat Spooktacular! Could you help make the Grand Prize a brand new Kindle Touch?

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  10. Who do I need to kill, help me out here! LOL!! Love his protectiveness.

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  11. The last italics--wolf talking to man perhaps. "We need to take her home..." Nice connection.

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  12. Ahh, his protectiveness and tenderness. Love it.

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  13. I'm loving the six amazing. I can't wait to read this series...
    Tash...

    natasha.strong@gmail.com

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