Sunday, April 1, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday, Apr. 2nd




Okay, we had some heavy stuff last week. This week, a little fun. Here's another snippet from my western WIP, Nobody's Bride. Our heroine, Maddy, notices that William, our troubled Civil War vet, has a button missing from his shirt:



“Let me fix it,” she heard herself saying. “Rufus had a sewing kit in the wagon.”
“Don’t worry about it—some things, you just can’t fix.” 
Her eyes swerved away from the enticing sight of his bare belly up to his face.
“That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try,” she said softly. 
“As long as you don’t get your hopes dashed when the fix doesn’t take.”
For more Six Sentence Sunday fun, check out the other entries here.

4 comments:

Joanne Stewart said...

Love the subtle hidden conversation going on between them. Very nice six!

angelaquarles.com said...

Great subtext to their conversation!

Silver James said...

Oh, Linda! There's so much depth there in that conversation--so much unspoken. Well done!

Tonya Burrows said...

Wow, the undercurrents here. Nice conflict between these two already!

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