Six Sentence Sunday – Unacceptable Risk

This is my very first time trying Six Sentence Sunday. If you’re unfamiliar, the idea is that a bunch of authors all put up a blog post on, well, Sunday, with Six Sentences from a published book or a WIP.

For my first time, here’s a big first for Plix and Edison from my futuristic romance, Unacceptable Risk:

For a long moment, their eyes held, and she was left with no doubt as to whether he grasped her meaning.

“Please.” Plix didn’t know how their faces had gotten so close, his breath warm on her face as he whispered, “For me.”

Her eyes fell closed again, the lashes brushing his cheek, and as she parted her lips to speak, she could feel the warmth of his skin.

For the first time in all these years, she felt his mouth.

His kiss.



  1. Great six and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday! Don’t forget to stop by other people’s posts and leave a note of encouragement. Our new/aspiring writers appreciate it! 🙂

  2. Great Six – I felt the anticipation of that kiss!

  3. I’m currently reading Unacceptable Risk and just read this part last night! Loving it! 🙂

  4. Liked the scene – very warm, sensual and holding much promise! Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday!

  5. Welcome to SSS! Great six packed with sexual tension 🙂

  6. Lovely, tender six. Very nice!

  7. Ooh, very sensual. Great six!


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    Concilium: The Departure, November 2012
    PODs, available June 2013

  8. I love this. Great emotion. Can feel her longing.

  9. Nice description of an intimate moment. Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday, Jeanette! It’s kind of addicting, but fun. 😉

  10. Welcome to the Six Sunday gang–some wonderful writers and fun people! First kiss is an appropriate first six–great tenderness and anticipation!

  11. Loved your six- you totally drew me in! Welcome to SSS, Jeanette. Beware though – posting and reading SSS snippets is totally addictive 🙂 Looking forward to seeing more of your story in the coming weeks

  12. LOVE the cover! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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