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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday, a taste of "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"

Welcome to a snippet from "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"

“It’s about time you called,” he said in a loud, angry voice.
“Brad, calm down.”
“Don’t tell me to calm down! You disappear into the night,
the police think I killed you, the newspapers have already tried and
convicted me…don’t tell me to calm down,” he yelled.
“Brad, if you don’t calm down, I’m hanging up the
phone…then I’m calling the newspapers and telling them you did
try to kill me and that’s why I ran away!” she countered.
“You wouldn’t dare!” he gasped.


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A little bit about the book:

Caroline “Sunny” Davis has it all, a rich husband, career as a well-known artist and a big, beautiful house, she has everything except happiness. Fleeing from a philandering husband, she returns to her family’s cabin in the woods. Looking to reconnect with happier times while she sorts out her life, Sunny is surprised to meet up with someone she hasn’t seen in twenty years.

Mike Foster, her friend, her protector from childhood is more handsome and devastating than ever. Tempted almost beyond endurance, can she resist him…if it’s for his own good? This story about rekindled friendship will warm your heart. 
 

29 comments:

An Open Book said...

the woman is in control -lol- love this 6 Jean
Dawne P

Ray Sostre said...

I love a good mystery! I'm curious on what happened. Time to purchase your book. :-) Great six luv!

Cassandre Dayne said...

Lovely girl - such emotion

Sherry Gloag said...

Great teaser I enjoyed your choice of SS

Sarah Grimm said...

Very curious about this one. Sounds like a great story.

Cara Bristol said...

Sounds like he has a reason to be pissed at her, and how she's threatening him? I'd hang up on her.

Alix said...

What a fantastic threat, put him in his place immediately. Great six! Thank you.

Jayel Kaye said...

but is the threat based in reality?

JoAnne Kenrick said...

EEK! Fast paced six with panic and peril xx

ursulawhistler.com said...

She told him! Nice job.

MJones said...

The best way to rile someone up is to tell them to calm down, LOL Great six! Thank you for sharing!

Rawiya said...

OOh Tension! I like it, Jean!

wearegoingonawitchhunt said...

I think she would dare! Great snippet.

Nichelle Gregory said...

She's got him where she wants him! ;^)

Jean said...

She wouldn't act on the threat but she's not giving in to him, either. He is the bad guy here, not her. Thank you for all your comments. Seems like everyone is reading with great interest. I appreciate that!

Laura said...

Love your Six, Jean. She left me smiling and wanting to read the rest!

Lindsay said...

Off to Amazon to the the book. Guess his momma told him never to piss off a pissed off woman

Joanne Stewart said...

Love how she takes charge. Great six.

Liz said...

I so love this story....
liz

Sondra said...

I love the conflict here. Sparks will fly, no doubt about it!

Sam Crescent said...

The woman wants to be heard. Loved it.

gayleramage said...

Uh-oh, Brad's just a little bit pissed off. Great snippet!

Brindle Chase said...

ooooo... now there's some tension!

Liana Brooks said...

Talk about conflict! Now I'm wondering what actually happened.

Xakara said...

Ooh, but would she dare? Nice. *smile*

~Xakara
Dawn's Early Light

Lucy Felthouse said...

Great six - really enjoyable!

1000th.monkey said...

so, did you really try to kill her, or is she just threatening him? I'm curious!

Jean said...

No, he didn't try to kill her and yes she is just threatening him. But he's a bully and won't let her leave him, divorce him. So she ran away and is hiding from him. That's why people think he killed her. She disappeared. But she is getting stronger and is determined to have her freedom, though he is a rich and powerful adversary. Hope this helps answer your question. Thanks for your comment.

Jennifer Wilck said...

I like the repartee between the characters. Good six!