Sunday, July 29, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday #32



Hello everyone! Always a pleasure to have you stop by--and all comments are thoroughly appreciated!!

Still sharing some snippets from one of my WIPs, tentatively titled A Heart Is A Home.

For those new to this particular story, it's one I started a while back, but haven't really worked on in ages. It's not even completely formulated in my head, but it is the story of Adam Taylor (Jason's friend and lawyer from Love Is The Drug), a free-spirited sort who meets and falls for a thoroughly efficient and just a bit stodgy realtor whom he's hired to sell the home he grew up in after the death of his grandfather.


I'm picking up directly after the last sentence from last week. The first three sentences this week complete the thought and conclude the paragraph from last week's snippet.


  
   More like twenty-six, twenty-seven, he’d guess. Medium height, blonde hair tied up in a tight bun-thing, blue eyes, slim, but proportioned nicely. At least he thought she was, it was hard to tell through the layers of dark blue suit.

   “May I come in?”

   “Oh—oh, yeah, sure. Sorry.” 






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16 comments:

  1. So now they've met! Love how he assesses her!

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  2. Love when a man gets distracted by a woman. It promises all kinds of fun to come.

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  3. I love his assessment of her, and I too love that he's distracted by her. Great six!

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  4. Time for her to do some assessment! Nice six.

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  5. She stopped him in his tracks---that's a good sign!

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  6. Love the "bun-thing" - such a guy thing to think. Love that he's checking out her porportions. ;) Great six.

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  7. Surprised he knows what a bun is lol! I'm so looking forward to more

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  8. lol bun-thing. Nice male POV. :-)

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  9. Funny! I really enjoyed how he got so caught up in assessing her that he forgot to let her in the house. Really a great six!

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  10. Great 6, I look forward to the book. The story is very enticing. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Such a "guy" way of assessing a woman; you've captured that (the male POV) so well with Adam. I'm looking forward to what will certainly be fireworks between these two. :D

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  12. Hmmm.....can feel the attraction!!!! Awesome honey, can't wait till next Sunday!
    Hugs,
    A

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  13. Quite efficient at assessing her. :-) I like how this is flowing. :-) Great six!

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  14. His thoughts remind me a lot of the descriptions my dad uses when describing some of the women he's run into over the years. Well done!

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  15. He's totting up the points of attraction. :) very efficient and very good fun to read.

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  16. I can see him, just standing there gawking at her, then catching himself. Awkward moment! Great interior monologue of his appraisal. Excellent six!

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