Six Sentence Sunday!





These six are from TAMING JENNA.  Now Available at Siren Publishing!


She started at his shoulder, tasting and nipping, moving down his muscled arm. Her tongue painted a hot trail along his tat. He’d gotten those after he left home for the last time, after he faced off with his father. They were symbolic of the demons that plagued his thoughts. If he could give them residence on his body, maybe they’d leave his head—no such luck.

“You don’t scare me,” she whispered as she moved to his pec.


Comments

An Open Book said…
Very nice description... love the tattoo comparison
Dawne P
Sam Crescent said…
An amazing excerpt and it wanted me to continue reading. Thanks for sharing Stacey
Gem Sivad said…
Lots happening in this six. Good introduction of his inner turmoil.
Randi Alexander said…
Beautiful imagery, Stacey! Very deep.
JoAnne Kenrick said…
Love the way you were able to add in character development through reflections of the past, while still delivering a very sensual scene xx Fab six!
Love the characterization in this, Stacey. Very well done. :)
C.R. Moss said…
I like the tat reference.
Well done 6.
=)
C.
Dee Carney said…
Great characterization of him. Nicely done.
Luxie Ryder said…
Tattoos always tell a tale and I love that you explained his. Great six!
Avril Ashton said…
Great 6, made me want more; always a good thing ;0)
Cara Bristol said…
Like the insight about the tattoo. Great read.
Corinne Davies said…
Excellent six and a better book! I loved Jenna's story :)
Lindsay said…
Yes, the tat reference is awesome
Bree said…
Great insights into both characters!
Xakara said…
I suppose our demons need residence somewhere. Nice imagery!

~Xakara
Dawn's Early Light
Pepper said…
Loved these characters, Stacey. Loved this book.
romancingalix said…
Great six, I really liked the tattoo personal demons comparison and the idea she was all over it. Thank you.
Kathleen Grieve said…
Absolutely DELISH! I loved the way you wove the tatoos in with his demons! Very insightful!
Vivien Jackson said…
I had to double-take on the word tat, thinking that it might have been something else, but that turned out to be a good thing because it focused me on the topic, the tattoos and what they mean to him. Not sure if the word-choice was deliberate there for that reason, but it really worked for me.

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