Sunday, September 25, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday #7

Greetings, sixers! As promised, another excerpt from my evil twin Cara's upcoming romantica release, Curio (out this Wednesday), aka "the Parisian man-whore book".

I slid my hand back to feel his damp hair, the heat of his neck. He cocked his head, the kiss still closed-mouth but promising more, soon.

I let myself imagine the acts he’d mentioned doing with others, and though they’d thrilled me before, now I couldn’t picture such things. In this moment he was my cautious first date, my maybe-a-boyfriend. He was no other woman’s, and he’d never kissed any girl and made her feel this way before. His body was far from innocent, but I fantasized that his heart was as untouched and virginal as mine.


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20 comments:

  1. OMJC, the emotion in this is INSANE! Such trepidation, such uncertainty, such desire. Sweet Oz, I can't wait for this book!

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  2. Love the mix of innocent and potentially raunchy.

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  3. Great contrast between what she imagines and what is true. As always, well-written. You do know how to spin a tale.

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  4. I love her naive imaginings of him. It's what's needed to keep her psyche intact, I think.

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  5. I really feel for her, wanting what she thinks she can't have :-)

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  6. Aww, I think her innocent imaginings are sweet. :)

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  7. Sweet, a touch sad and sexy too. It's a great mix.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful. I loved how tender emotions contrast circumstance. I need this book!

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  9. Aaah, so sweet and sensual at the same time. Great six!

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  10. Oh, sigh. That's all I've got. Just *sigh.* Looking forward to release day so I can have Didier all over again. (And what's-her-name, too, of course.)

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  11. Wow, I want to know who they are to each other. But that last line ... wonderful!

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  12. Parisian man-whore... can't go wrong with that! Great six, I'll be back next week!

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  13. great six...loved the contrast and the emotion. Very intrigued :)

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  14. Guh. You just blow me away. Always.

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  15. Ooh, nom! This sounds like a fab read :)

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  16. Wow! Very well written! I really got a sense of character in these six...

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