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Saturday, July 23, 2011

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

Just as he reached over to touch her shoulder, there was a flash of
“What was that...summer storm coming?” she asked.
“Maybe a flash, like from a camera?” he asked her.
Suddenly, she realized they were not alone.
“Oh, no,” she exclaimed, pulling herself up the ladder quickly,
grabbing the towel on the dock and rapidly wrapping it around her
naked, wet body as the flash went off two more times.

“Paparazzi!” she exclaimed. 

For great summer reading, try "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights":
Astraea Press (all formats)Check out this review:

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. 


Sam Crescent said...

I always love reading your six and this week was just the same. Beautiful writing and looking forward to next week.

Ray Sostre said...

There's no escaping this; the paparazzi. Very good SSS, always beautiful.

Liz said...

oh the paparazzi...great six from a great story!

Anonymous said...

uh oh! I like this six. Good job.

JoAnne Kenrick said...

uh-oh...the paparazzi! Quick, run xx love this six!!

Gracen Miller said...

I love it! lol Makes me want to read more. And another one goes on TBR list.


Anonymous said...

Loved your six! Makes me wonder why they want her picture...

Robin_Badillo said...

Terrific six!! Damn paparazzi!

Vivien Jackson said...

Eek! Yes, that would definitely spoil the moment!

Elaine Cantrell said...

Sounds similar to the six I used a few weeks ago. Nothing like surprise company!

Rawiya said...

Nicely done!