Six Sentence Sunday 1/15

Hello again Sunday peeps! Thanks for stopping by once again to check out my writing and to leave comments. I read and appreciate every comment you leave here. Be sure to check out the other fantastic authors participating this week by CLICKING HERE!

This week I’m sharing the a snippet from my upcoming release LOVE ON LANDING. Squee!! This is the second book in the Meadow Ridge Romance series, but fear not, you can read it even if you didn’t read the first — LOVE AND LATTES. Each book in the series focuses on a different character so you won’t be missing anything if you didn’t read the first. Alright! Enough chitchat. Let’s get to it shall we? And what better place to start a new book than at the beginning!


Tali Radcliff leaned her head back against the headrest and gazed out the window. Raindrops splattered onto the double-paned glass blurring her view of the runway. Not that she could look past her sad, pathetic reflection anyway.

The reflection staring back at her turned the raindrops to tears on her cheeks and she instinctively wiped them away, only to find her cheeks sensitive and slightly swollen. She sighed and closed her eyes, desperately trying to block out the urge to start crying again. Instead, she focused on the white noise of the engines revving as the jet picked up speed for takeoff.



LOVE ON LANDING is coming Jan 28!! But don’t let that stop you from buying up your copy today!


Are you curious about the book that started the series? Find out more about LOVE AND LATTES here!


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  1. Jennifer Comeaux says:

    Great descriptive writing! Very visual beginning 🙂

  2. Alix says:

    Wonderfully vivid. Great work!

  3. Sandra Bunino says:

    What a beautiful and poignant scene! Sounds like you have another winner, Heather. Super six!

  4. Lisa Fox says:

    Wow, what an emotional scene!

  5. Krystal Wade says:

    Ooh. This is good. Very good. I was totally there with her. Brought me back to when I was moving away from Texas. Great six!

  6. Stephanie says:

    Wow, you do a great job of showing, not telling. Looking forward to more!

  7. Lila Shaw says:

    I love how you have her trying to dig out of herself by looking out the window only to be sucked back in my her reflection.

    I also love the look of your blog, Heather.

  8. Wendy S. Russo says:

    Great six!

  9. Paula Martin says:

    Great start. Love the imagery with the raindrops.

  10. Taryn Kincaid says:

    Great emotions here. Awesome cover. Best wishes on the release. Sorry to have missed you yesterday. My first meeting in forever!

  11. Angela Quarles says:

    oh, poor thing! I certainly DO hope she finds love when she lands! Poignant…

  12. K.E. Saxon says:

    This was such a touching scene. Poor girl. I already feel for her. Great six!

  13. Laura Kaye says:

    Makes me wonder what happened! Poignant!

  14. Sandy Nachlinger says:

    Good opener that introduces the protagonist and asks several questions: Why is she so sad? Where is she going? I’d keep reading to find the answers.

  15. Stephanie Draven says:

    That her cheeks were swollen gave me a good idea of just how sad she is. Good job!

  16. Jessica Subject says:

    You’ve captured my emotions, but I want to know why I’m so sad. A fabulous six!

  17. Gem Sivad says:

    Vivid description of her sadness. Very poignant six!

  18. Janet Lane Walters says:

    Heather – poignant scene.

  19. Sue Ann Bowling says:

    Nice transition from trying to look out to her reflection.

  20. Sarah Ballance says:

    Wow, this is a great six! Sad, but there’s an intriguing undercurrent to the melancholy. :c) And I LOVE the pic of you. It’s gorgeous!

  21. Sandra Sookoo says:

    Wonderful opening scene! Congrats on the new book!

  22. Cara Bristol says:

    Great writing. Love the raindrops/tears thing.

  23. E. Jamie says:

    Heartbreaking six!

  24. dianne hartsock says:

    This is so sad. I loved the reflection of the raindrops as tears. Beautiful.

  25. Veronica Scott says:

    Pulls you right into her mood, very descriptive. Great excerpt!

  26. Dee Carney says:

    Awww! So tender and sad. 🙁

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