Saturday, June 15, 2013

#SexySnippets - 7 Succulent Sentences from Dreamscape

Another Sunday and another Sexy Snippets! When you're done reading mine, see what the other participants are offering. I'll bet they're juicy. :)
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The idea here is to post seven sexy sentences from your work. This week, I've chosen a few from Dreamscape.


Written in homage to Agatha Christie, Dreamscape is a haunting, a murder, a thriller, a mystery, and a love story that transcends time. Above all, this sensual tale is a reader's Easter egg hunt in the truest sense. Not everything is as it appears. Peppered throughout are little clues suggesting a story running behind the scenes. Finding them isn't necessary to the telling of the tale, just one of the fun twists I like to insert into my writing. Can you find them all before the story ends?
But more importantly, can a ghost find love among the living?


Setting the Stage: Lanie has recently discovered the stories of her house being haunted are true and the ghost is the same man she's been dreaming about for most of her life.


An instant later he materialized in their bedroom to find her just leaving her bath. Coming upon the stunning sight left him thunderstruck. Glistening beads of water sparkled all over her body, and her wet hair, obviously just fluffed with her towel, hung in thick, ebony ringlets. Completely missing the fact he wasn’t invisible, he whispered in awe, “If I had breath, you’d take it away.”

Startled, she whirled around at the sound of his voice, and her large blue eyes met his. The light blush started at her cheeks and ended just above her pale pink nipples. She looked to the bed and back at him, resisting the urge to dive under the sheets and hide herself.

Here's the story

5-Stars
"When the dreams and reality became intertwined, I was trying to imagine how it would affect the modern day ghost if Jason was able to prevent his own murder. Your surprise ending was so unique, I loved it. Your descriptions carried such boiling passion, they suggested things that let my mind create the pictures. Very well written."
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8 comments:

  1. Hi Dee, Doris and Tara. Thanks! And thanks for stopping by. :)

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  2. This is so well-written (I especially love that I could immediately see her wet hair). Thank you so much for sharing it!

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  3. Hi Kiru and Nnenna, Thank you! I'm a huge fan of descriptive words. As a reader I especially love when descriptions are rich enough for me to *see*. Thanks for stopping by.

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