Sunday, October 16, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - #15



Although An Alpha's Path, book 1 of the Redwood Pack series, releases December 5th, I thought I'd give you a glimpse of book 2 in the series, A Taste for a Mate. 



          Throat too dry to swallow, she shook her head, begging for rational thoughts. Daunting pain cascaded through her body, as a chasm opened in her heart. A fog settled over her, as she slowly stepped off the porch to the path away from their home. Confusion and loss swallowed her whole. A pain that fractured her heart, pulsating down her arm, tingling her fingers. It was like when a limb fell asleep, but she couldn’t move for fear if she did, she’d lose feeling forever.




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51 comments:

  1. Great six, painting a very vivid picture.

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  2. 'Lose feeling forever...' Very emotional six

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  3. Oh, my lord. I hope she doesn't go on feeling that way. I almost teared up a bit reading this.

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  4. Ugh, I can totally feel her pain. Just awful! But wonderful six!

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  5. Powerful, emotional six, Carrie. Well done!

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  6. Nice six, Carrie Ann. Gut wrenching emotion.

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  7. good visual - great description

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  8. Great description of her feelings. Loved the six!

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  9. What an intense scene. You could feel her pain and the tingling in her fingers. The despair of being lost in the fog. Excellent description.

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  10. Great six. That woman is a mess. You definitely captured despair.

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  11. Especially like the last line, the comparison to her arm falling sleep, but also that she wants to hang onto the pain.

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  12. Aww, poor thing. What a sad snippet--and I don't even know what happened.

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  13. Fantastic Six!!!! Loving this!!!!

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  14. My favorite line is "Confusion and loss swallowed her whole."

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  15. Eerie and emotion-packed. Great scene!

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  16. This is a girl who really needs her happy ending!

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  17. This is so gripping! Amazing job - you had me by the heartstrings

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  18. I love the sense of dilemma, confusion...very vivid.

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  19. Typo alert: she shook head

    Really liked how the pain tortures her but also that it's her tie to feeling and reality.

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  20. Gripping. What a tease.

    Marion

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  21. Great descriptive six!
    :)
    C.R. Moss
    www.crmoss.net

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  22. Wow... I really like that last line. So much emotion!

    Great six!

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  23. Wow, there's so much in your six. The depth, the anguish, everything. Terrific six. Can't wait for this book!

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  24. Beautifully written. Good luck with this one, Carrie. Sensational six.

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  25. Awww, I can totally feel her pain. Nicely done.

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  26. Oh, poor thing. Her heart is broken. Very emotional six.

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  27. Ooh, intriguing. The chasm opening in her heart is amazing. Well done!

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  28. Yowza, that's a description of devastation.

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  29. Ohmigod, the ache in this just tore me apart. Great job!

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  30. Vivid description. Loved the last bit "It was like when a limb fell asleep, but she couldn’t move for fear if she did, she’d lose feeling forever."

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  31. How heartbreaking. Her pain is shown so intensely. How will she recover?

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  32. Sounds like a "pushed to the limit and can't take any more" moment. Well done.

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  33. I get such strong sense of her sadness, perhaps even to the point of blindly walking into danger. Suspenseful six!

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  34. Beautifully written six with a strong pull. Fab job!

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