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Six Sentence Sunday 39

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This week,  we return to our hero, flushed with lust when he meets his ex-lover. Having not seen her for quite some time, he is finding it more of a challenge than he had predicted.

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Without answering, she slowly stood, turning to face me. Inches separating us.

Could she smell my fear?
Maybe. 

Softly cupping my cheek with her hand, she lent in, her warm full lips softly meeting mine.

I think I almost died.

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Read the last 3 snippets for this work in progress, if you would like to catch up:
…..Six Sentence Sunday 36…..Six Sentence Sunday 37…..SIx Sentence Sunday 38

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56 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 39”

  1. Lovely work Alix.

    I would suggest that you make the following 2 changes:

    “Without answering, she slowly stood, turning to face me; inches separated us.”

    And either

    “I think I died.” or “I almost died.” for more punch.

    Nice work.

    1. Your a champion! I think it does reach a better flow with the changes:

      Without answering, she slowly stood, turning to face me; inches separated us.

      Could she smell my fear?
      Maybe.

      Softly cupping my cheek with her hand, she lent in, her warm full lips softly meeting mine.

      I almost died.

  2. I love hearing the man’s POV, and writing it is always so different from a woman’s style. And I bet she smells more than fear. She probably smells lust. :)

    1. I really appreciate the feed back, especially when it is so practical, I think he really improved it too.
      Thank you, lovely Lady.

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