Sunday, October 31, 2010

Six Sentence Sunday: Halloween Edition!

It's Halloween! 

Two of my favorite things. (You can keep your raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens and all that too-sweet, coma-inducing stuff. Gag.) Give me a sexy demon or hunky dream voyager any day of the week. But most particularly on this day of the week, and this day of the year.

Because it's Halloween (and because I just cannot choose), I am throwing all the rules out the window. (And I'm not that contrite about it, to be honest.) Well, hell. It's Halloween. Anything goes.

I was going to give you a little taste of my demonic villainess, Vivienne, the evil and rotten succubus, but I couldn't tear myself away from Ryck.

(Oh, yeah. Katy's in it, too.)

But enough throat clearing.

Here are my WAY more than Six Sentences from Sleepy Hollow Dreams.
(Feel free to read any six you want.)

“I will have to go around the back to get to you,” Katy shouted down to the man stuck behind lane four. “I can’t drag you out through the pinsetter.”

He did not answer. A jagged stab of panic ripped into her, her unease growing.

“Are you still with me?”


“I will always be with you.”


His throaty declaration sparked delicious little sizzles of anticipation and sent them rippling through her. The sexy, masculine promise warmed her skin, as if his hot breath whispered across flesh wet from the touch of his lips.


“How in blazes did you get down there?”


“You’re very demanding, Katrina.”


She bristled at the undercurrent of amusement in his tone. “Listen, bud. If this is some kind of  Halloween prank—”


“Enough, sweetling. Come to me now.”


The knowing, commanding edge in his tone—coupled with the blazing promise of sexual heat and the offhand way he’d tossed the endearment—should have fired her ready indignation. Yet, curiosity held her still. Despite the annoyance that flared like the clang of an alarm, she remained more drawn to this man--or whatever he was--than likely was good for her.


Sweetling. She loved that. She wrapped the word-caress around her like the silken flutter of a scarf.


“Come,” he repeated, the order tighter, more urgent and clipped.

She’d heard that command from him before, when he’d tortured her writhing body to the brink of orgasm.

But now she sensed his seductive voice fading, weaker than even a moment ago.
                                                         ~


Happy Halloween, everyone!
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20 comments:

heatherthurmeier said...

Happy Halloween!!

graylinfox said...

"She wrapped the word-caress around her like the silken flutter of a scarf." You've made my poet heart very happy!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Back atcha, Heather!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Graylin ~ I'm smiling. Your heart -- and writing -- are poetic!

Sandra Sookoo said...

Sigh. I love reading really great writing!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Thanks, Sandi! Back atcha!

Stacey Kennedy said...

Yummy...commanding...very sexy!!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Thanks, Stacey! Don'tcha love Six Sentence Sunday? Know I do!

Jayel Kaye said...

I loved it when I read it in the book and still do. nice , very nice

Taryn Kincaid said...

I'm so happy you liked the book, Jayel! It was fun to write.

Eleri Stone said...

Reading this one today...thought it would be a good Halloween read. Can't wait : )

Taryn Kincaid said...

Personally, I think it's a good choice!

Hailey Edwards said...

Hot excerpt. Sounds like an interesting situation they've gotten themselves into.

(I cheated today too, so you're in good company.)

Taryn Kincaid said...

Eh. It's Halloween. If you can't cheat today, when can you? LOL!

MarieDees said...

Ohh, very nice. I didn't mind the more than six sentences at all.

Jessica Subject said...

Great excerpt, even if more than six sentences. :) I wanted to read it all.

Taryn Kincaid said...

Marie and Jessica ~ Thanks so much for reading it all! I realize it was a big gulp on a day when people don't have a lot of time. Glad you liked it!

Lex Valentine said...

Very sexy!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Thanks, Lex!

Lisa Fox said...

You know, you could have continued further. I wouldn't have minded that at all!

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