For those of you unfamiliar with Six Sentence Sunday -- authors post six sentences from a book or a work in progress.

Hoarse and thick, his voice held torment. “Wrong it may be, but I can no longer fight this. I will choose shame and disgrace if it eases the ache that consumes me.” His onyx eyes flashed with something she couldn’t recognize. It reached in deep, wound its claws around her heart, and held on tight.

Quietly, he murmured, “Touch me, Anne.”


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5 Responses so far.

  1. Rowr! nice 6!

  2. I love the deep romanticism of this. Great job!

  3. Thank you, ladies!

  4. I like his voice and the sense that he's really giving up something. Thanks for sharing!

    I missed the list deadline for this week, but I did get six sentences up!

  5. Le sigh...(shivers) Definitely want to read this one!

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