Sunday, January 9, 2011

Six line Sunday

In keeping with the trend of Six Line Sunday - here's my six lines from my novel, Double the Trouble.
Kate Wesley is working in her new florist shop. Her first customer, Emma, a bride, left a short time before and left her car keys. Kate ran after her when she discovered them, but Emma was gone.

“Where’s Emma?” The tall, blond, muscular man yelled, before Kate had a chance to ask if she could help him.

Kate didn’t like his tone or the deep scowl that caused his eyebrows to almost meet above his icy blue eyes. “Excuse me.” Who did he think he was stomping in here like this? She took a step toward him.


Arlene said...

Sweet. I joined this SSS for the first time. I've commented on almost all the ones listed on the site of the author who started it, and then noticed you on twitter.
Your choice of lines are great. A lovely show of a confident woman, that step toward him says so much, and being a florist is just icing on the cake.

Roseanne Dowell said...

Thanks, Arlene. I hope I remember to pust next Sunday.