Six Sentence Sunday

It’s Sunday and that means it’s time for Six Sentence Sunday. Different authors offering up little snapshots of their work. It’s a lot of fun, I hope you check out as many as you can.

These six sentences come from Backlash, my romantic suspense releasing on June 1st. In this scene my hero, Constable Chase Porter, has received a visitor, his mentor from childhood, Stan Knight.

Stan tipped his head, and Chase got that bug under glass feeling. “You’d probably find you had a lot in common.”

“So everyone keeps saying.” But he wasn’t looking to trade war stories with a thirteen-year-old. He didn’t want to acknowledge a connection of any kind. He didn’t want to feel anything.

That’s it. Six little sentences to tempt and tease. Remember to check out the other offering here.

32 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday

  1. Ooh, Karen. Love that “but under glass” description. Dead on, lady! And I’m really intrigued about what Chase and the 13 yo have in common. Great tension here and a great tease about his conflict. Excellent!

  2. Hi Karyn. Looked you up to return the SSS favor and I really like your snippet. “bug under glass” is a great phrase. Your ending is an example of when telling *works*, too. 🙂

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