Six Sentence Sunday 1/8

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This is the last snippet  you’re getting from BUNNY HILLS AND BIKINIS. After this, I’m going to give you snippets of something else! We’ve seen a lot of good moments between Nate and Amelia, but no romance can be all candlelight, roses, and sexytime. Especially not when there a grabby colleague in the mix who’s making his presence known.


She was something special. And he wasn’t about to let William take her away from him anytime soon. Yet there William was, sitting across from her—right where Nate should be. Their table so small and cozy, their knees could be touching under the table and no one would ever know.

As if on cue, William dropped his hand to his lap and it disappeared under the white linen tablecloth. Nate gripped his menu so hard it crumpled in his hands.

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  1. Cara Bristol says:

    Nothing like a little jealousy to heat things up.

  2. Graylin Fox says:

    The little green monster is afoot. Great description I can see the scene through his eyes.

  3. Babette James says:

    Very nice conflict building here.

  4. Gem Sivad says:

    *Ahem* Might I assume he is green-eyed frigging eaten up with JEALOUSY? Well done!

  5. Angela Quarles says:

    He’s jealous! Great scene and ramping up of conflict…

  6. Lex Valentine says:

    A little jealousy is good for the soul, Nate! LOL

  7. Veronica Scott says:

    Poor Nate! I like him, hope things go his way at some point! Terrific snippet, enjoyed it as always!

  8. Janet Lane Walters says:

    Nice sentences. Sure wish I didn’t have to fill in the reply info every time I want to post here. Good luck with the book.

  9. Gemma Parkes says:

    Lovely six, l want to read on and see how he handles that jealousy!

  10. Sandra Sookoo says:

    lol I love it when a guy gets jealous all because he hasn’t made a move yet.

  11. dianne hartsock says:

    I think William’s about to get a punch in the nose. Fun story!

  12. E. P. Beaumont says:

    Clearly this state of things won’t be allowed to continue… if our hero’s reaction in the final line is any clue. Nice setup.

  13. Sue Ann Bowling says:

    The eternal male struggle for dominance.

  14. Alix says:

    Great six, I love the pace, you’ve nailed it.

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