Six Sentence Sunday 15

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From my short story Coffeehouse Play the sexy handsome stranger and Anna have finally met at the counter, after months of shy smiles and long lustful glances. This week we are looking at the encounter from his point of view.


‘Man, I need this coffee,’ he said to himself as he arrived at the counter, wiping his sweaty palms dry on his pants. ‘Why the fuck did I wave, what a lame thing to do, she must think I’m a creep,’ his mind spluttering as he snatched a quick look over his shoulder. ‘She is never going to want to speak to me now.’

Feeling a gentle brush on his back he turned to move and make way for another, but he ignited as his body tensed with the sudden sight of her standing next to him. Controlled by images of her luscious lips, beautifully shaped legs and the driving idea he was closer to seeing her naked, his hand moved around to bring her closer. There was no fighting this feeling, he wasn’t letting her go.


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56 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 15”

  1. ^_^ I love this! From her perspective, he’s sexy, mysterious, and sure of himself. From his own, he’s shy, and thinks he’s an idiot. Goes to show that some people are just REALLY good at pretending!

  2. this is great, seeing from one character’s perspective and guessing what the other one is thinking and feeling. Very nice six! (I’m posting my first one today and have another all ready for next Sunday.)

  3. I am a sucker for a man’s POV when it shows his emotions and insecurities. I love knowing how he feels about the heroine. Loved his thoughts and how he wasn’t going to let her go. Thank you so much for sharing this! Great Six, as always, Alix!

  4. Was I supposed to read your six or stare at the picture? LOL Just kidding. Great tension here and nice insight on the heels of reading her POV (I accidentally read your 9/11 entry first and good thing).

  5. I agree with everyone else, terrific contrast between reality and perception — for both of them. And I love that he assumes it’s another patron getting an order, then sees it’s her and reaches for her w/out thinking. Terrific connection between these two.

  6. I’m right there with Stacey. I drooled all over the keyboard at that picture. Yummy! And what an amazing six. Way to show the uncertainty and desire from the male POV. :-)

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