Sunday, April 17, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - Six Sentences From LOVE TATTOO

It's Sunday - Palm Sunday to be exact - and my first foray into Six Sentence Sunday.

From my latest release, LOVE TATTOO, here are the six:


Now I knew what was


missing; it had been this knowledge, this experience of such a wild,

blistering heat that changed everything I knew about men and women.

That kiss charred all of my ignorance into ash and left me to

emerge new, like that phoenix from the famous ashes. Now I

understood what Peggy sang about, realized that sometime she must

have felt such power that scorched down to the soul. This then was

how Romeo loved Juliet, the way Captain Smith coveted Pocahontas,

and all the great couples down through history.

This was fever and I had it. I just hoped that it wasn’t

terminal.
 
 
 
From LOVE TATTOO, available at:
 
http://www.amazon.com/Love-Tattoo-ebook/dp/B004SIQYO6
 


http://www.evernightpublishing.com/products/Love-Tattoo-by-Lee-Ann-Sontheimer-Murphy.html


http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/49672
http://www.manicreaders.com/index.cfm?disp=bookdetail&bookid=12673


http://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-lovetattoo-525517-139.html


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lee-Ann-Sontheimer-Murphy/e/B004JPBM6I


Coming in June from Evernight - the sequel to LOVE TATTOO, LOVE SCARS!

9 comments:

  1. Mmm...I've had THAT fever too LeeAnn- great first 6
    Dawne P

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  2. Welcome ! The fever is terminal but what counts is the telling

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  3. "That kiss charred all of my ignorance" <-- Nice phrasing! I love metaphors. :)

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  4. Love your poetry - such wonderful descriptions. Congrats on your upcoming release!

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  5. Welcome to Six Sentence Sundays! It's my first week posting too, well as this me.
    Your words are elegant and paint a glorious picture. Looking forward to more!

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  6. Nice tie in to Peggy Lee. I too love that song and you can certainly feel this love story you're painting with words.

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  7. Like the line "the kiss charred all of my ignorance into ash."

    Welcome to the Six Sentence Sunday!

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  8. Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday.
    Interesting ending with her wondering if it wasn't terminal

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