Sunday, 12 June 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - June 12

Hello again!  Thanks to everyone who drops by to read these tasty snippets and leaving wonderful comments.

For today's Six, I'll once again be teasing you with a little treat from The Master Key which is due out this July. (Sequel to The Lancaster Rule)

In this scene, my protagonist Josie is "picking a fight" with Simon.  They share a special relationship based on witty remarks (mostly Simon) and insults (mostly Simon again).


“Josie,” Simon grumbled but obviously enjoying himself. “I’m not taking you to eat at some fast-food outlet. They serve nothing but poison in places like that—processed poison.”
“I don’t care. It’s my stomach! And Fried City is still around. That’s f*****g unbelievable.”
“What is this obsession with food?” Simon frowned.
“I do not have an obsession with food. And since when do you care about what I eat?”
Despite her fretful manner, she seemed touched to know that Simon cared by allowing a quick tug of a smile at the corner of her mouth.


In this second book of the trilogy, the heroine, Josie, now married to world president John Lancaster, and begins her new life in the future. But all is not idyllic as a dangerous man from her past returns as old enemies return to plague her life.
Revelations of Josie's past, three hundred years ago, surface and begin to unfold, every question she has ever wanted to know is answered. Events lead her to the Scrap Yard, a cybernetics space station where she must battle it out with her enemies.


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6 comments:

  1. lol I love it when characters are always hungry

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  2. Hell, a girl can eat what she wants! lol. Great six!

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  3. "Fried City!!" That's not a real place, is it?

    Aloha,
    Kristin Wolfgang

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  4. @Sandra, Josie is perpetually hungry.

    @gayleramage, that she can!!

    @writeintention - Haha...I wish it were, but alas, it's not. But what a wonderful idea, right?

    Thanks folks for stopping by and leaving comments!!
    Until next Sunday...

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  5. @murdersandmysteries - Haha...I'm trying, but too many exciting things happen in her life!! Thanks for stopping by

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