Another Sunday, another eight lines to share. This weekend it’s all about attraction and that first tumble into love.
From my new romantic suspense, OFF THE GRID.
A committed doctor to Vancouver’s inner city, nothing fazes Sophie Monroe—until a pregnant teenager shows up at her clinic on Christmas Eve requesting sanctuary.
No soft music played. The dim lighting was courtesy of an unlit dingy hallway. The smell of antiseptic and desperation laced the air. It didn’t matter. Sophie wanted to meet his challenge. She didn’t want to dodge. Or object. She wanted to kiss the hell out of Caleb Quinn.
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Atmospheric 8! And the premise is intriguing; I’d read more. Nicely done!
Thanks, Teresa! Thanks for wonderful compliment!
Great 8, Karyn! =o)
Thanks, B.E.! Nice to see you here!
“The smell of antiseptic and desperation laced the air.” So descriptive. Nicely done.
Thanks, Patricia! It was so much fun to write this scene!
Caleb must be quite something! Very atmospheric setting, enjoyed the excerpt…
Thanks, Veronica! He certainly tyring.
Nice set up. That last line was perfect to keep the reader wanting more.
The short, taut sentences work well to make this scene tense and intriguing. Great eight!
Thanks, Alexis! I’m glad it worked. I often worry I’m short on the descriptive details.
Great imagery! Caleb Quinn must be something! Want to know more.
Thanks, Karen. Glad you stopped by!