Sunday, November 4, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Welcome to my SSS! For the next two months, I'm featuring my RT Award Nominee, the het paranormal/time travel-ish erotic romance, Two Lives in Waltz Time. Maddy and Cash have been sucked into a 1940s private club milieu where Maddy's a dancer, Cash is the bouncer, and the whole world thinks they're engaged. Cash and Maddy are trying to make the best of a bad situation. Last week, he decided to teach her how to dance to make her impersonation easier, but when they reached the last dance, Maddy stumbled for the first time...

Immediately, Cash caught her against his hip, holding her there for what seemed an eternity, but could only have been a fragment of a moment. His unmistakable arousal nudged along her body, and when she turned to more fully face him again, the flicker of desire darkened his eyes.

“Maybe we should stop,” she breathed.

“I think we already have.”

Dimly, she became aware of the stillness of their feet. The thudding elsewhere in her body had completely blocked it out.

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13 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

Now that they've stopped dancing, I wonder what they're going to do next. Great six! :)

Veronica Scott said...

Ooh, a dreamy moment! Enjoying this story, another great six!

Samantha Hunter said...

Nice! I love this time period, and would love to read more of this. :)

Sam

sue said...

AWK that was gorgeous Each word flowed into the next

Karla Doyle said...

I'm really enjoying these two :)

Laura Kaye said...

Great sexual tension!

Joanne Stewart said...

Excellent tension between them. I can really feel it. Great six.

elingregory said...

Dancing - vertical expression of horizontal desire. :) Grand six.

charmainegordon author said...

Shall we dance! Oh yes and so much more. Terrific six.

Dee Carney said...

Oh wow. I love this so hard! Beautiful.

Sue Ann Bowling said...

Seems to me they're going to have a hard time in that they think current time, and the 1940's were very different.

S E Gilchrist said...

This sounds like its going to be a very special moment. A turning point in their relationship, really enjoyed reading this six+

Sarah Ballance said...

Oh, wow. You've completely swept me away with this six. I got happy chills!