Sunday, May 01, 2011
Six Sentence Sunday
Sunday again, and I'm once more on the Six Sentence Sunday bandwagon.
I met so many great people last week and can only hope this will be the case again this time. I'm looking forward to trolling the SSS list and discovering lots of astounding gems among the authors and authors' works posted.
So, without further ado, here's today's tidbit. Last week, my excerpt dipped into the heroine's POV, to shed some light about her thoughts on the hero. I'll turn the tables today, and give you a piece of the hero's POV, what he's thinking about this woman when she walks into his life again.
Excerpt taken from Chapter 1, which opens in the hero's POV.
"...Her voice was throaty, cautious. None of the girlish high pitch of the Kel he’d known remained in her tone. He’d been with her a little under two decades ago – that would make her about thirty-five today, the same age as he. An adult, a grown woman, sophisticated and worldly. Nothing like a bright-eyed teenager spending her first summer in Martha’s Vineyard.
No, he didn’t know the person she had become..."
Looking forward to your thoughts. :)
Have a great Sunday.
From Mauritius with love,