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As I am a weekend-only writer of romance, Darrah is still having trouble ignoring Hale.
She leaned against a tree, halfway back to the camp. Before she faced her men, she needed to give herself a few well-worded orders. The man’s ability to reflect and intensify emotions was a biological low-blow. But, the Sarkisian’s range of subtle, hormone-enhanced scents were no more than perfume on a courtesan. The healthy glow of his skin was the bait. The shifting silk of his hair begging to be stroked was the distraction. And the warmth that surrounded him in his aura? That was the trap.
He does sound lovely. Nice eight.ReplyDelete
Thanks Elaine :DDelete
He does sound like a "tempting bit" and hard for her to resist. Nice #8.ReplyDelete
It seems, he has unfair advantages. ;)
Fantastic description here.ReplyDelete
Thanks Medeia :DDelete
Very nice! I tweeted.ReplyDelete
Wow! Thanks Ella, I appreciate the tweet :DDelete
Umm, I don't think she's doing a good job of ignoring him at all LOL. Really enjoyed this snippet, loved the descriptions.ReplyDelete
She always finds him a-whole-lot of hard to ignore :D
The warmth that surrounded him in his aura a trap? Never thought of it like that. Interesting detail of the scene.ReplyDelete
The challenge was finding the imagery that suited a natural leader and hunter to be thinking.
I love the way you described this! It's a true mastery of showing not telling yet still conveying crucial info in an enticing way! Brava!ReplyDelete
I was trying to avoid the obvious while dealing with a strong woman on shifting ground and trying to understand why.
Woah, very early in the morning here for that kind of lust :)ReplyDelete
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Darrah's just trying to understand how the attraction happened ;) At this point, she's all about blaming him ;)