Welcome sixers! Thanks for sharing part of your Sunday with me. This is the very next lines after last weeks post when Doris came face to face with an unpleasant man.
Doris had dressed with careless ease this morning; she had selected clothing to please herself. It was ridiculous for a courtesan to wear sheer low-cut gowns at this early hour in the park. This was the only time of day the world saw her as she honestly was, not as the scandal loving nymph who had pleasured many a man in her bed.
Lord Ramsay believed he had a chance, but the thought of suffering his embrace made her skin crawl. Lottie Townsend had standards to maintain. The first was that Doris must live with the consequences of whatever the courtesan chose to do.
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11 thoughts on “#SixSunday 44 In Her Image”
Loved the “as she was” comment 🙂
I love how she separates herself from her “work.” And, I’m so happy to find out he isn’t someone who is already entrenched in her life. Though – I have a feeling he is going to make things difficult before the end.
Good that she gets out once in a while. I don’t blame her for not wanting anything to do with him. Lovely wording in this six!
I feel for her dilemma there.
I’m glad she takes care of herself – you’ve made me feel very protective of your character because I like her so much! Another terrific excerpt…
Intriguing six, Heather!
Love that she feels free to be herself here. Too bad Lord Ramsey interrupted her. Great six! 🙂
I love that she dressed with “careless ease”, that’s such a nice juxtaposition of words. Sounds like she prefers the morning, when she can be herself.
He made my skin crawl too. 🙂 And I loved that she got to wear something besides her “work clothes”. Nice six.
Beautifully written, l love that she dressed with ‘careless ease’, your choice of wording is a joy to read.
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