Sunday, November 28, 2010

Here Comes Trouble... (Six Sunday post)

It's Six Sentence Sunday again! In the past month, you've met Delia, the heroine and Grant, the hero of Stone Kissed. Now meet...The Nemesis!  And if you enjoy brief excerpts, go visit some of the other Six Sunday writers.

 The sun had gilded him. The surf had seasoned him. Now Cecily ate him from the inside out, draining him on a kiss and a screw. The muscles in his back and shoulders melted beneath her palms as she sucked his life into hers. He was beautiful, this big, blond young god—an exchange student from Norway or Sweden or one of those countries with a stupid-sounding guttural accent. He tasted so good, so salty, golden and clean. She rolled with him down into the rising surf to feel the sun on her back even as he shriveled beneath her.

Hey--did you catch that? I gave you a bonus SEVENTH sentence.

17 comments:

  1. Wow. Gotta love a sexy succubus villainess! (Heh.) "Draining him on a kiss and a screw." Love that!

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  2. Love the magical sex. Must read this when it's out.

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  3. 'Draining him on a kiss and a screw'Love that!
    Kerrianne

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  4. I love back and shoulder muscles. Can't wait to read more.

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  5. This reveals a lot about your dark side ...

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  6. Gasp! Took the breath right out of me. Well done!

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  7. Thanks, everyone. You know, Becke, I thought we'd agreed to pretend the twisted bits didn't exist *wink*.

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  8. Wow, that's some carnal power Cecily has. Wondering how draining him will affect her.

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  9. that was some raw sexiness with a side of horror. Loved it

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  10. She's wicked. Oh, so wicked. Great job!

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  11. The draining him part was fabulous!!! Great visual.

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  12. I finished reading Stone Kissed just the other day. Loved it. Am recommending it to friends.
    Laurel

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  13. Thanks again, #SixSunday sisters! And an especial thank you to you, Laurel. I'm glad you enjoyed it and I appreciate you spreading the word.

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