Wow, it’s Sunday already. This week flew by at lightspeed. Fortunately, Sundays are good because, among other things, they bring another round of six sentence reads. Many thanks to everyone who’s been stopping by and commenting each week on my soon-to-be pulished time-travel/paranormal romance, WEATHERING ROCK.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been sharing thoughts mostly from Caleb DeCardian’s POV with a glimpse of what Arianna Hart thinks of him. Caleb is a former colonel of the Union Army during America’s Civil War who has been displaced and transported to the present century. He’s made a less than glowing impression on Arianna, the heroine of my novel. Arianna teaches American history at the middle school, and has no clue of his true nature. Shortly after they meet he does something to make her angry,(sorry, don’t want to share that one). This encounter takes place later the same day when they run into each other at the library.
Caleb leaned close, bracing one arm against the shelf. In the small confines of the aisle, she felt dwarfed by his height. Her natural instinct was to withdraw, but she held her ground, determined he wouldn’t intimidate her.
“Let me make it up to you,” he suggested.
She raised her chin. “How would you do that?”
Ack! The limit of a Six is so frustrating but, according to the rules, I need to end it here. You can find plenty of other entertaining reads on the Six Sentence Sunday website, including instructions on how to participate. I hope you’ll check back again next week as I continue with Caleb in Arianna. Happy Sunday and Happy reading!