This week, I am going to take you into the head of the bad guy:
Excerpt from 1st chapter:
Outside, hidden in the vegetation at the back of the property, he watched in frustration.
He should have made his escape when her husband found her. He hated envisioning him with her, but couldn’t bear to leave. So he waited and watched, questioning her intentions, wondering why she had a gun.
Now he would have to stay and observe, sit by as her husband wept over her. As if he cared about her. Her so-called husband could never love her the way he could. He wasn’t supposed to be her husband. It was all a mistake. A travesty he intended on rectifying as soon as possible.
He would wait now, as he had for years. He had an abundance of practice with waiting. She would survive, of course she would. She belonged to him--forever.
According to readers, She Belongs to Me is a sensual and gripping read that will have you falling in love and wondering who you can trust right up to the last page.
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Ooh, anger, patience, and obsession. Yeah, that sounds like a good recipe for an antagonist. (Bake under high power for at least two months before serving!) Thank you for taking part.ReplyDelete
I missed the list deadline for this week, but I did get six sentences up! http://kelworthfiles.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/six-sentence-sunday-more-from-children/
LOVE this. He's downright creepy. Excellent six!ReplyDelete
I'm really enjoying this story as it proceeds. Today's snippet hints at many things, which definitely piques MY interest. Great excerpt!ReplyDelete
Nicely threatening. Very good share.ReplyDelete
Wow! Thank you all for your wonderful feedback. I'm trying to make my rounds this evening. Crazy, busy day.ReplyDelete
Ruh-roh -- doesn't sound good for the heroine!ReplyDelete
sounds really a bit creepy...I like itReplyDelete