Six Sentence Sunday 18/03 (6)


I love doing these. I’ve done more than I ever figured I would, so now I need to number them. I’m considering making this a regular feature as well, since its so easy to do. Six Sentences of various steamy goodness (they do all tend to be erotica) to showcase work that doesn’t get highlighted all that much.

So… these is Six Sunday bonus blog number six (lots of sixes happening here… I wonder if I should mark that with something?)

This is from an an erotic short story called ‘The First Time.’ Its just had it’s second draft and I want to give it one more once over before I’m happy to let it go out into the wild (to beta readers).

I hope you enjoy!

When I entered the bedroom, she was already naked.

I could see the shape of her body through the thin, white sheets and the little shadow of darkness that was the hair between her legs. My breath caught in my throat.

β€œLara?” I whispered it, fighting the panic I felt rising in my chest. It was a block of ice, stuck in my throat, wedged between my lungs.

^_^ More next week I think and, for now, be sure to check out the other Six Sentence samples from a fabulous selection of other authors. Catch you next time. ^_^

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About Ileandra Young

I'm a thirty-*mumbles* year old (purple loving, cheese worshipping) author of fantasy, juggling a pair of beautiful twin boys with my burning desire to make up stories and write them all down. When I get the chance, I play games, listen to music, and in days long past I even ran a radio show. Though I occasionally write non-fiction, my heart lives in fantasy and my debut novel, Silk Over Razor Blades is now available through Amazon along with part two of the trilogy, Walking The Razor's Edge.
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18 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday 18/03 (6)

  1. Guilie says:

    Nice six. I’m wondering what the panic is about.

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  2. Hmmm, I wonder what comes next. Six just isn’t enough πŸ˜‰

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  3. Well, now you have me intrigued! Great description of his panic!

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  4. Nice six! I’m intrigued to find what happens next… and to see if she helps him with his panic.

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  5. Hmm, why the panic?

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  6. Love this. Nice emotion. I too am wondering why the panic.

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  7. Wow. That slid me right into the story. Great six!

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