Six Sentence Sunday

Just to prove I am actually working on the sequel to Between Heaven & Hell, here is the very first teaser for Between Good & Evil.
There won’t be many snippets from this one for quite a while since it is hard to choose six sentences that don’t contain spoilers for the first book.  But I hope you enjoy this little glimpse into what happens next.

Alastor watched as the two men moved slowly beneath the furs.  They were so subtle about it, so quiet and careful in their movements.  Only Alastor, who had woken to them quietly making love so many times before, was able to recognise what it was they were doing.  Tristan was on his side with Mac spooning him.  They were pressed together front to back, rocking slowly in the intimate dance.  Alastor’s breath hitched as he watched Tristan bite down onto his fist in an effort to stifle the sound of his groan. 

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9 responses to “Six Sentence Sunday

  1. Doesn't sound like their attempt to remain quiet worked. LOL A sexy six! 🙂

  2. LOL. No, it didn't work entirely, though only Alastor heard them.Thanks for commenting.

  3. Sexy without going overboard, great scene description. I'm curious, though–why has Alastor woken to their lovemaking so many times? Does he live with them? Why don't they have privacy? Guess I'll have to read more to find out, huh? 🙂 Happy Sunday!

  4. Hi. Thanks for stopping by and for commenting.I'll answer your first two questions since it is not great plot secret that Alastor, Mac and Tristan live together. Though why they don't have privacy will have to remain a secret.

  5. Sexy six! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  6. 'intimate dance' I love that. This is a beautiful, sensual scene. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  7. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Glad you thought them sexy.

  8. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my six sentences. I'm glad you liked the "intimate dance" reference and that the scene worked for you the way it was meant to.

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