Six Sentence Sunday 12

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Last week, from my new short story Coffeehouse Play the sexy handsome stranger slowed while passing Anna’s table. Her involuntary smile giving up her heightened anticipation, and to her surprise he stopped in the doorway and turned to face her.

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She caught her breath, reacting instantly to his unexpected turning, her body stiffening to the dizzy sensation that had started to consume her. He stood straight and tall, in a fitted blue buttoned up shirt, the collar undone, teasing to the light brown hair on his taut chest. With the sunlight steaming across his handsome features, the doorway framing his image, Anna felt like she had been transported into a scene of Hollywood movie.

Looking back up into his eyes she could barely manage a small nervous smile, dreading how pathetic she looked, stuck there unable to move. Suddenly his lips moved into a broad friendly smile, and he lifted his hand to make a small wave as he slowly mouthed, ‘Good Morning.’ As her heart jumped into her mouth almost choking her, he quickly turned around and disappeared through the doorway.

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I’m looking forward to next week and presenting another six more of Coffeehouse Play.

Take Care and Play and Stay Safe.

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