This will be my final six sentence sunday from Engaging the Enemy. As much fun as posting is, its slowing down my writing of new material. I must get stuck into the next book, Forsaking the Prize. The next hero is bugging me. Enjoy!
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She ran her hand over the silk of her gown, thinking of Leopold Randall’s visit. “He is handsome, don’t you think?”
Blythe fussed with the folds of her gown, heightening her appearance of prim respectability. “I hardly think a duchess should notice those things about men.”
Oh, Mercy noticed. Yet she’d never met a man to put such thoughts into her head so quickly.
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22 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday #12: Engaging the Enemy”
He must really be handsome. 😉
Thanks for dropping in Ranae.
Beautiful six. Great description, Heather. Best success ahead.
Thank you. Same to you.
Wonderful writing, great six.
Great six – she’s definitely not prim like Blythe.
No, not at all like her sister. Blythe will be a challenge to write.
Fun six. Enjoyed it. Is this a Regency romance?
Yes, it’s a regency. I love the era.
Mercy sounds like a woman who knows her own thoughts! Excellent six.
Thank you! I love writing Mercy.
Oh yes, Duchess or not, we ALWAYS notice *those* things about a man LOL! Excellent excerpt as always….
Don’t we just. Thanks for stopping by.
Fun six, can’t wait to find out if her thoughts will turn into reality 🙂
Shh, Mercy and Leopold get their happy ever after in the end. LOL
Great six! I bet she has steamy thoughts about him!
Thanks for dropping by
Great six! I bet she has thoughts about him!
LOL Lots and lots of thoughts. Poor Leopold. So hard to be wanted.
What a beautiful blog! and your book covers make me want to read the book – very nice 😀
Thanks so much.
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