Sunday, March 4, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday - Her Devoted Vampire - Trouble Brewing

Welcome, Sixers! I hope your week has gone well. It's so nice to be back on Six Sentence Sunday and I really appreciate all your visits and the comments you leave. Thank you. There are many authors who participate in Six Sentence Sunday and some of my favorites are Zee Monodee, Gem Sivad, Kallypso Masters, and Sarah Ballance.


Today I'm offering another snippet of my recent release from Evernight Publishing, Her Devoted Vampire. In this scene, Fredrick is trying to protect Bridget from some muggers.

     Fredrick had been completely silent and those men huge, yet he defeated them easily.
     He must have some sort of Special Forces training.
     She wanted to laugh in nervous delight to express her amazement and gratitude, but someone grabbed her from behind and shoved something hard against her side as one arm snaked around her throat. The stench of wet wool and stale beer assaulted her nose.
     “Fred—!” Her scream cut off as the arm tightened.



Perhaps Fredrick should have moved a little faster. ;) Thanks for stopping by and happy reading! :)

If you'd like to get a copy of Her Devoted Vampire, it's now available at Amazon, All Romance Ebooks, Bookstrand, and Smashwords.

30 comments:

  1. Fredrick! I'm screaming it for her. Great way to make me neeeeeed more!

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  2. Oh, good action. I love the Special Forces training part. *chuckle*

    PS - Did I tell you I got your book downloaded to my Nook? :D Can't wait to read it.

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  3. Love the smell descriptions you tossed in--they really put you in the scene. Great 6. Glad Bridget got to see Fred in action. I'm sure he'll save her from this pesky mugger and welcome back to SSS. :)

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  4. Oooh, what is happening? Loved it.

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  5. Special Forces training made me laugh, until she was grabbed by the throat. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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  6. Awesome six! I was screaming for her lol!

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  7. Great 6, felt like I was right there with her, pulled me in!

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  8. Oh awesome six! I screamed with her!

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  9. Wet wool and stale beer -- nice! Somehow they blend together in one icky, hoppy, wet sensory amalgam. :)

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  10. Oh, wow. This took a heck of a turn! Awesome six, Siobhan, and thanks so much for the mention! ;c)

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  11. Really great detail for an action sequence.

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  12. Oh, I didn't see that one coming. Great six.

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  13. yes great sensory imagery - a vampire named Fred? oh loved the title and cover - gorgeous

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  14. Great action - and panic. Fredrick - to the rescue - quick!

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  15. How many of those attackers are there? Don't know why my link got pulled, but I'm there.

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  16. Love the line about wet wool and stale beer. Perfect! And what a hook at the end! Wonderful Six this week. :D

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  17. Great six, loved the description!

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  18. I have to agree with you. Fred definitely should've moved faster. Congrats on the release :)

    Dakota

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  19. Oh heck, Frederick to the rescue, I hope!

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  20. Considering how well he handled the others, I think running a few seconds late won't prove too much of a detriment. Well done!

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  21. Oohh. I hope he gets to her soon! Intense!

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  22. Eeek! Just when she thinks she's rescued, more trouble! Best of luck on the recent release. Suspenseful six!

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  23. I hope Fredrick's not too exhausted to help her. Yikes!

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  24. Fabulous six. Loved how you described her relief, albeit premature.

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  25. Loved the suspense you built with the last line!

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  26. Hope his "Special Forces" training kicks in again, because it sounds like she needs more rescuing! Great suspenseful Six!

    Kally

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  27. Nice hook with the last line. Great six!

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  28. Oh no - you can't stop here!!!

    Great six, girl, and thanks for the mention! XOXO

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  29. Love the wet wool and stale beer. Sense of smell pulls readers in so strongly.

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