Six Sentence Sunday

Today on Six Sentence Sunday, where authors around the writing world post six sentences to showcase their writing, I’m posting more from Butterfly. Book 1 of my series of contemporary Western romantic suspenses–The Cowboys of Colton.

This is from the beginning of chapter 5… Dylan shows up bright and early for the job, only to have his boss give him an eye-full when she answers the door…. *grin*


“What the…” The rest dried up and turned his tongue to dust.

Charli stood before him glaring icy spears. Her face was thunderous, and her flame-like hair tumbled around her shoulders as wild as a range fire. She looked like some avenging goddess interrupted from her slumber and wasn’t at all happy about it.

A woman never looked so amazing. Then he noticed her clothing, or rather lack thereof.

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14 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday

  1. LOL! Poor man… or not? 🙂

  2. Jennifer Lowery (Kamptner)

    LOL! This is about to get interesting! Hope we get to read more next week 🙂 Great six!

  3. Oh, I love it….hope you follow up next week with where you left off…this is getting good!

  4. My kind of book, (I have a cowboy addiction, you know).

  5. Loved that last line, Sara!

  6. Lia Davis

    Nice six! I’m with everyone else. I’d like to find out what happens next. 🙂

  7. Yes, the next six in this scene are going to be sizzling I expect. Great tease, Sara!

  8. Leave us wanting more. Great six. Charli is one fun lady to watch.

  9. She’s not a morning person, hey? I love that he thinks she is amazing eventhough she’s mad and just out of bed… I guess the lack of clothes might have something to do with that. But still, all men should think that. 😉

  10. LOL, great snippet, love his description of her and that he noticed her face and hair before the nakedness. Bet that flummoxed him!

  11. Love the last line! What a great hook. Hope you continue it next week 🙂

  12. Lol What a wake up! Love it, Sara!

  13. Great scene. I love your analogy: wild as a range fire. Great visual.

  14. Thanks for stopping by and loving my little tease…. Yep… I’ll continue it next week…. Since y’all asked so nicely. Have a great week everyone!

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