"A Candle Loses Nothing By Lighting Another Candle" - Father James Keller

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

I recently stumbled across this wonderful blog, and just had to play along. To read more posts by other authors please go to http://sixsunday.blogspot.com/

Now, my six sentences from my newest release, Torn Asunder

“A single decision can forever change how it is we bear the rest of our lives. We
will not get the chance back.”

“Where and when?” She had heard the words come from her mouth and chose to let them be. There would be dreadful consequences in their future either way. Why not have a moment of pure bliss, utter happiness, before our lives are torn asunder for our remaining days.





Fraught with scenes of explicit intimacy, romantic spells and mystical shapeshifting, Torn Asunder is a unique blending of the age of manners with sexual magic.

Genres: Historical (Regency), Paranormal (Witches & Shifters), Erotic, Romantic Suspense

You can purchase Torn asunder in eBook and Trade Paperback online at retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, All Romance Ebooks, Smashwords, and Excessica Publishing .

19 comments:

  1. Definitely makes me wonder what that decision is. I suspect it's not whether to have take out or not. And yep, I'm with her. If you're screwed no matter what, might as well go for it. I'd read on to find out where and when. Great six lines.

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  2. Makes me wish for more than six. :) Great six.

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  3. I love that first sentence. So true!

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  4. Great first sentence. Lots of things to think about packed into those 6!

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  5. Love the tension building done here!

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  6. Welcome to six sunday! Seize the moment!

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  7. Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday! This was a very tantalizing snippet! well chosen! :)

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  8. Nice mood you have going here.

    Welcome to six sunday from one newbie to another!

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  9. One moment is never enough tho lol

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  10. Nice setting of the mood, very intriguing.

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  11. Why not have a moment of pure bliss, utter happiness, before our lives are torn asunder for our remaining days... makes me wonder why they're on borrowed time -- the tragedy of the situation is perfectly played out in such few sentences. Nice six!!

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  12. I'm sure it will be more than one moment.

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