Six Sentence Sunday-13

Good Sunday everyone out there in SSS land. I hope that you’ve had a good weekend so far because it’s about to get better.

This week we’re in Alison’s POV as she takes in Richard’s face. She’s already gotten a great view of him as he stood next to her seat on the plane, almost choking on her drink. Now he’s taken the empty seat next to her, using the excuse that the aisle was crowded. At this point they each think there is something familiar about the other but they don’t know what.

Painstakingly, Alison shifted her sight upward, stopping when she saw his full, totally kissable lips. The kind of lips that could cause serious pleasure in a woman. She watched as they curled into a smile before diverting her vision to hawk brown eyes. Soft. Forgiving. Comforting. While at the same time cold, raptor sharp and deadly.

Don’t forget to check out other great snippets this week by clicking here-

On Wednesday come back to get the buy links to Amazon and Smashwords. You’ll also be able to enter my contest for that day only where you can win a copy of Target Identified.

Also, on Wednesday I’ll be interviewed at Anne K Albert’s blog

then on Thursday at Mary Martinez’s blog

At both blogs you’ll have other chances to win an eCopy of Target Identified.

Blurb of Target Identified

The body count continues to rise. Unexplained stock transfers persist. Is there any connection between the two, or is it coincidence?

Ezra Swanson receives a mysterious note. Far more cryptic than the one he’d received the year before.

On the anniversary of her brothers funeral Alison Swanson observes a soldier place something by his headstone. Could this person hold a clue to what’s been going on, or is he the stranger she’d met twice before?

When she returns to Myrtle Beach, Sergeant Richard Bosch, the soldier from the funeral, is also staying there along with his collie.

Alison and Richard return to her parents’ home in DC only to find someone has kidnapped her father.

During their attempts to rescue her father, Alison and Richard confront a possible suspect, Shane Goodrich. Unfortunately, he has the perfect alibi.

Richard is captured when he sets out, with the help of several special ops friends, to rescue her father.

Now it falls on Alison, her feminine logic and planning to save not only her father but also Richard.

Identified and cornered will the perpetrator of the murders, kidnapping and stock thefts escape; or will they get what is coming to them?

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51 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday-13

  1. sassyspeaks says:

    and how many sentences is that m’dear? 😀 Excellent description. He could definitely compete with my devil story. Very very nice

  2. jennajaxon says:

    “The kind of lips that could cause serious pleasure in a woman.” Great description! Now I’m drooling! Excellent six!

  3. I love the description of his eyes!!!

  4. Zee Monodee says:

    Love your description – he sounds seriously yummy!

  5. Sarah Grimm says:

    I love the description of his eyes! Nicely done!

  6. the1940mysterywriter says:

    Sassyspeaks, one word sentences don’t really count, do they? Nice description, Lindsay. This book just moved up in the TBR stack. Way up.

  7. Really great descriptive writing

  8. He seems very mysterious. A nice six!

  9. Lindsay says:

    And just think everyone, on Wednesday you will have a chance to win a copy, actually several chances. So I hope to see you all back here for my interesting contest.

  10. Ada Hoffmann says:

    Oh, I like the duality with the eyes. Nice six.

  11. love the comparison about his eyes. Great six!

  12. Ciara Knight says:

    I’m so excited for you. The date is fast approaching. Let me know if you want to guest post on a Friday at my blog. I’d love to have you. 🙂

  13. I love my men hot and deadly. Yum.

    Sensual six. Thanks for the read.

    All my best,
    Allure Van Sanz

  14. I absolutely loved your descriptions here..fab six!

  15. Cate Masters says:

    Ooh, great juxtaposition of the soft with raptor-sharp. Love it!

  16. Dawne Prochilo says:

    ‘The kind of lips that could cause serious pleasure in a woman.” Love those kind of lips

  17. Oh yum! Where can I order one of these guys?

  18. I love the contrasting description of his eyes. Extremely sexy!

  19. Ella Drake says:

    Oh, I like those heroes, all soft for the heroine, and hard and dangerous when it’s called for.

  20. Alison says:

    YUM! I love the description! I could eat him up

  21. Jean Davis says:

    Captivating description! Great six!

  22. Liz says:

    lovely and right to the point! just like I like ’em

  23. Liz says:

    oooo…such contradictions!!!

  24. I’m with Jenna Jaxon on that sentence: The kind of lips that could cause serious pleasure in a woman. Damn…we all want those kind. Great six. Thank you for visiting my first SSS.

  25. Are they going to join the mile high club?? Great sexy six!
    Kristin Wolfgang

  26. Lynne Murray says:

    The kind of guy we never get to sit next to on an airplane! Hot six and suspense as to what comes next! Congrats on the Wednesday release! Hope you have a fun blog tour!

  27. delilahhunt says:

    Lindsay I love that description of Richard. It’s nice when a guy can be nice but oh so dangerous. These were excellent sentences!

  28. Very, very nice description! Looking forward to you in the garden on Thursday.

  29. Lorien Velez says:

    Oh yum! “…lips that could cause serious pleasure in a woman.” He sounds delicious. Fantastic six! 🙂

  30. Meg Mims says:

    Nice triple – love doing that on occasion too. Very enticing six!

  31. Gayle Ramage says:

    Wow, great snippet, especially like that last line!

  32. J.C. Martin says:

    Great description of his eyes! He sounds yummy!

  33. Ranae Rose says:

    He sounds like a pretty mysterious guy!

  34. J.A. Beard says:

    Great description, particularly the eyes.

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