Six Sentence Sunday

This is from my soon to be released The Swords of Gregara-Honora. I’m giving away a $5 Starbucks card to one lucky commenter and a paperback copy of my current release, TAME A WILD BRIDE to another, so be sure and leave a comment.

Six Sentence Sunday:

When he woke again he was not alone. Chained across the room from him, hung by her wrists, was a woman. He could see the lash marks on her back. Lash upon lash, new over old. They obstructed the beautiful tattoo of a dragon.

Crawling over to her, he released her hands from the chains holding her up.

13 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday

  1. This has great impact and sets up all sorts of hooks – what’s the significance of the dragon tattoo? who is he? who is she? who wants to hurt/imprison her? Why? how will he save her?… I want more

  2. I’ve never looked at one of these six-sentence entries before, but I have to admit, that’s all it takes to hook a reader. If they are the right six sentences. Makes me want to look through my novel and see if there are six sentences that would hook a reader.


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