Six Sentence Sunday

Can’t believe it’s Sunday already….  Here’s another 6 from Butterfly, Book 1 in my yet-to-be-published contemporary Western romantic suspense series The Cowboy’s of Colton.

Setup from Chapter 2: Sheriff Zack Cartwright breaks up a potential fight between Dylan and his ex-wife’s baby-daddy in the Longhorn Saloon. Tracy is Dylan’s younger sister, whose couch Dylan has been crashing on since coming home from Afghanistan.


Cartwright continued to throw off big-bad-lawman vibes. “Let’s go, Captain.”

Dylan dodged the sheriff’s hand before it landed on his upper arm. “You takin’ me to jail?”

“Not tonight, I’m taking you home. You aren’t in any shape to drive, but since you’re still on your feet, I’ll let Tracy deal with your sorry ass.”


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  1. Love this:
    Cartwright continued to throw off big-bad-lawman vibes

    Great six Sara 🙂

  2. Just the right six sentences to peak interest! Nice.

  3. jennajaxon says:

    I like Cartwright’s voice! He does sound like a big, bad lawman! Great six.

  4. Lia Davis says:

    Great six! I love Cartwright already. 🙂

  5. Jennifer Lowery says:

    Love Cartwright already! Great six!!

  6. D'Ann Lindun says:

    Great job! Love this book!

  7. Brenda says:

    I love the tone of your six.

  8. Zee Monodee says:

    Very well written! You have me caught now 🙂

  9. Great six. Zach is someone I’d like to meet. Handles himself well.

  10. Great six! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  11. Thanks everyone for stopping by!

  12. Poor Dylan. Zach sounds like a real good guy. Nice job.

  13. Sounds like he means business 🙂

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