Sunday, 19 June 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - June 19

It's Six Sunday 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)

Josie still wasn’t accustomed to having automated droids around, especially those that looked all too human—waxy, artificial complexion aside. She returned a squint-eyed stare and gave Crocker—John’s wry sense of humour in naming the cooking droid after the legendary Betty—a wide berth before planting herself on a kitchen stool.

As you can see, Josie's isn't too fond of some things in the future...

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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  1. Hmm, but will she change her mind about them further on in the story? Great snippet!

  2. Ooh, droid aversion, I like it. And three hundred years? Does the past never rest?!

    A Way To A Dragon's Heart 6ss

  3. Oh! Very interesting! Not sure I would be happy with that either!


  4. I have to wonder if her opinion of droids will change? Sounds like a great read!

  5. This droid had better be a good cook if it wants to live.

  6. I really like your choice of the droid's name. Clever. I'll be watching for the book's release.

  7. Ya, I'd be doing the same thing....don't wanna get too close..never fully trust a droid. Great 6.

  8. Thanks everyone for stopping by!!
    And nope, she doesn't really change her mind about droids, but, she learns to tolerate them.