Happy Sunday and welcome to the last Six Sentence Sunday of April! I’m looking forward to turning the page in my calendar because my new novella, SARA’S SMILE, releases on May 18th.
Here’s another snippet from SARA’S SMILE. In this scene, Michael, the builder on Sara’s first large scale renovation as head architect, invites her for a drink to toast the project. He asks Sara why she has been avoiding him throughout the initial planning phases of the project. She offers him a flimsy excuse, then…
She surveyed him as she took a long, slow sip of her Cosmo. The inhibiting effects of the vodka on an empty stomach worked in overdrive. Her eyes lingered on his strong, calloused hands, then lazily traveled up to his lips where they covered the mouth of the glass bottle. She realized she had probably stared a little too long when his mouth upturned into a smile.
“Nope, not a thing,” she said as she placed her half-empty glass on the table and slid it firmly to the side.
Hmm, and just where does Will fit in with all of this? Tune in next week to find out!
Would you like to add SARA’S SMILE to your TBR shelf on Goodreads and read an early beta reader review? Click here!
Click here to find a complete list of fabulous Six Sentence Sunday participants.
Follow me on Twitter