Six-sentence Sunday 29/7/12

Welcome to Six-sentence Sunday. This week’s sentences come from The Next Victim, my latest romantic suspense novel.

As she described the footprints she’d seen in the woods, he saw her draw inward. It had really spooked her. He should be glad she’d been afraid. Maybe if she got scared enough she’d stop nosing into something she shouldn’t. At the same time, the vulnerability he saw in her eyes almost undid him. He wanted nothing more than to pull her into his arms and promise her she’d never have to be frightened again.

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Six-sentence Sunday 29/7/12 — 4 Comments

  1. Sounds intriguing. I now need to know what she was afraid of. As soon as it’s released let me know. Patience is something I lack.