Wow, I had my SSS all ready to go but something went wrong. Glad I checked!
Anyway! Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday! Glad you came!
If you’ve read any of my previous posts you’ll see I’m in celebration mode-my story That Kind of Magic is now available at Amazon. I’ve plunged into the world of self publishing! I’m pretty excited!
In previous weeks I’ve posted sentences from my WIP-the sequel to That Kind of Magic, but this week I’m going to post from the story itself.
Here’s the blurb to That Kind of Magic:
What’s a witch to do when she refuses to use magic to find love? What if she falls in lust with a man who doesn’t believe in the power of magic? Charlotte is a beautiful Wiccan who has her own shop of magical supplies and a matchmaking goddess. Patrick is a straight-laced, non-believer who, in his determination to keep his sister away from the influences of magic and witchcraft, finds himself falling for a witch. Neither can stop the erotic journey they’ve embarked on but they don’t know if they can accept each others very different lives.
And here’s today’s Six:
The storekeeper’s gaze remained steady.
“And also, in case you’re curious but too polite to ask, Mr. Riordan, there are other things that go against my beliefs.”
Patrick smiled wryly. “Yes, I know. You won’t turn me into a frog, no matter how much you want to.”
She smiled at him, and he had the feeling it was the closest thing to a genuine smile she had for him.