Six Sentence Sunday 21

Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday, this week has just seemed to fly past. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter, to find the participants and the links to their stories.

I’m excited to be presenting a brand new work in progress, Drawing Chance to you this week. A short story that picks up with Anna and Louie after Positional Sacrifice, with the arrival of our sexy handsome stranger from Coffeehouse Play. 


Surprise his gift, he scanned the bar, the urge to hold her, touch and taste her again driving his search. He’d been told she was there, an honoured guest of the awards night. ‘She didn’t tell me what she did,’ he mused with a smile, ‘sexy, intelligent and modest!’

She was standing, tall and elegant, in a sea of noise and excited people. He went to move, planning she wouldn’t see him until he was right up next to her. Suddenly he froze, the hand of the man standing to the side to her, gently resting on the curve of her lower back.


Thank you to everyone who comes over each week and comments, and a warm welcome to new readers. I hope you have enjoyed my six today.

I truly value and appreciate your feedback, so please if you have the time, I would love you to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment.

Please Take Care and I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Play and Stay Safe.

54 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 21”

  1. And now he will have to step up his game, won’t he? Love the subtle anticipation and not-so-subtle disappointment. Nice six as always, Alix!

  2. Hm, everyone else is saying “poor guy” but that first line… maybe it’s just me but it’s a tad creepy. Someone told him that she was there, but she didn’t. I get the feeling she didn’t want him there.

    Intriguing six – it’ll be interesting to see how this plays out (and whether I’m right!)

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