Six Sentence Sunday 1/13/13- Italian bull rider, anyone?

I’ll use the last two Six Sentence Sundays to highlight Unexpected Top, which releases on January 18th. Then I will begin doing Sunday Snippets or something similar, so fear not – you’ll still get your fill of a few sentences from a new release. The next one after Unexpected Top is Fondled and Gobbled: Someone Had to Do It, and I wouldn’t leave you guys high and dry for that one. The stories are truly hilarious!

But for this week, let’s see what’s going on with Marco. He’s bleeding all over the page and I challenge you not to choke up.

His voice broke and he cleared his throat. “Don’t ask me to turn my back on you. I can’t. I told you I wouldn’t leave you, and I’m not going to.” It was the longest, most impassioned speech he’d ever given a woman, and his heart pounded as he waited for her reaction.

She was silent for several moments and Marco could swear he lived and died a thousand times before she met his gaze.

What will Natalie say?

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About Cassandra Carr

Cassandra Carr is a multi-award winning erotic romance writer with Ellora's Cave, Siren Publishing, Sybarite Seductions, Decadent Publishing, and Loose Id. She lives in Western New York with her husband, Inspiration, and her daughter, Too Cute for Words. When not writing she enjoys watching hockey and hanging out online. Cassandra is the co-founder of two successful group blogs, Romancing the Jock and Dirty Birdies, and participates in several others as a contributor. Recently she was re-elected president of Western New York Romance Writers.
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Wow, N is really making the guy sweat. A lovely declaration from M and ends on such at a very tense moment. Great six

Tara Lain says:

Hi Cass– I just plunge into SSS as it ends! Great six. thanks. : )

Cara Bristol says:

Ah…that awkward, heart-stopping moment when you put yourself out there and you await the outcome. Nice.

Love it! There’s a lot of emotion packed in those 6 sentences. I think I fell a little in love with him. LOL

Wow, so hard for a guy like him to really put his emotions out there – great excerpt and I can’t wait to see what she says.

Oh, LOVE him. So sweet.

Cassandra Carr says:

*evil cackle*

Eleri Stone says:

Oh, that was mean to stop there. Poor Marco.

Dee Carney says:

Love that he’s wearing his heart on his sleeve for her.

S. J. Maylee says:

Poor Marco, my heart is pounding for him. Looking forward to reading this one.