In this week's sentences, Hank has just shown Tina how to handle an axe and the proper way to chop wood. Tina had insisted on learning since she's unaccustomed to being dependent on anyone else. The minute the words that she'd help, was out of her mouth though, she'd regretted them. It was freezing cold outside and all she wanted to do was curl up beside a fireplace. Not stand in the cold beside a man whose robin's egg blue eyes made her forget why she'd offered to help in the first place.
Okay, let's get started on this week's sentences. Ready? Me too!
The man was an animal, and as much as she hated to admit, a terrific looking animal.
Too bad they hadn’t met under different circumstances they might have hit it off, maybe.
Hot chocolate and a warm crackling fire awaited her a few miles from here, but it might as well be around the
She threw a scathing glare at Hank.
Which was worse was a toss-up.
The bitter cold, or Hank’s demeanor.
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