It's that time again. Does the week fly by as quickly for you as it does me? I have no idea where the days go. I'm in the middle of finishing A Perfect Match (I may change the title) and it's coming along nicely. I'll post when it goes live on Amazon, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble.
I hope you have fun with this week's six sentences, I sure did.
So...off we go - back to Tina and Hank's journey together.
Last week, Tina had the daylights scared out of her. To appease Tina, Hank drug on his clothes and checked around in the cold, blustry winds for signs of a warm body. A body supposedly making noises outside. He's proven the body turned out to have made deer tracks! But...does Tina believe him? Of course not! Still ill at ease at being two inches from Hank, she has a request.
Tina made it halfway to the bedroom, then turned back toward the living room. "Hank?"
"Would you mind coming in here to sleep?"
Hank grinned, flipped back the covers and shot straight up on the sofa. "Why, madam, we barely know one another."
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