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Friday, July 29, 2016

Just Four Lines #FridayReads

Every so often we'll pick up a book and read a passage that makes us say WOW! In comments, share 4 lines of your absolute best.

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Kryssie Fortune said...

Here are the opening lines from DOMINATED BY THE DRAGON

CUFFS HELD HOPE’S hands behind her, and a leash ran from the collar at her neck to the top of the cage. Barely able to move, she shivered on the exposed Yorkshire moor. “Hey! That wind’s freezing. We need some clothes here.”
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Anne Stenhouse said...

Mariah's Marriage - Anne Stenhouse I love the cut and thrust of the dialogue between a feisty heroine and her Beau. Some of my favourite lines from Mariah's Marriage are here:
“It is not necessary to be so very nervous, Miss Fox. I am reckoned to have
driving skills second to none,” the earl said, and she heard the gentle mockery
designed to help her relax and enjoy the outing.
“You do not practise any false modesty, my lord,” she said. “Indeed, I am
impressed by the niceness of judgement with which you avoided that coal cart.”
“I think you mean I should not have been so close to the cart in the first place,”
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Savanna Kougar said...

SMILES! Enjoyed their dialogue.

Savanna Kougar said...

Coming soon! WAITING FOR A FILLY GIRL ~ A ShapeShifter Seductions Erotic Romance

Hoping to lift her spirits, she winged over the majestic valley, over the blazing autumn colors. Yet, the ruthless ache still consumed her heart.

Flubergastov! An evil dragon might as well claw it from her chest.

For the fourth time now, she'd been banished.


Savanna Kougar ~ Run On the Wild Side of Romance

Anne Stenhouse said...

Thanks, Savanna. I really love writing and re-writing dialogue. anne