Sunday, October 9, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday and Denny's Eye Candy: Week 11

Photo snagged by Denny S. Bryce from Leverage on TNT, my latest OTP:) - Hardison and Parker.

This Sunday I'm in Orlando during a multi-day rainstorm. Nothing but rain, rain, rain. And frankly, I'm loving it. I just feel bad for those folks who are here with families for the supposed sunshine and amusement park fair. Anyway, it's time for Six Sentence Sunday -- week 11!

Gideon (tentative title of the WIP) is coming along. Plotting is a bear by the way. But here's my six for this week. He's still a vampire struggling to keep his promise to a witch. This gives a slight hint to their back story.
An hour later, he held Rachel’s hand and recalled the day a hundred years before when a witch’s spell had stopped him from feeding on humans. Before that day, he hadn’t contemplated his destiny. Hadn’t worried about it. Killing was his art. He’d understood that with clarity since 1696—the last thing he’d ever wanted to be was necessary.
Now he had no choice. 
Well, thanks for dropping by - make certain you visit some of the other authors who share their Six Sentence Sunday - there's some really intriguing stuff out there I know will hook you!

A note about my OTP - Leverage is a funny, well-acted show that uses the Robin Hood motif except with a team of thieves instead one merry man, we've got five. The slow burn of Hardison and Parker is only one of the sexier aspects of the show. It also stars Christian Kane, formerly of Angel the series and Tim Hutton (loved him for years and years). Get caught up On Demand...or find 'moments' on YouTube. Yes, I'm a fangirl!

7 comments:

  1. Now I'm curious to know more. Great job. :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. really can’t wait to see where you are going with this

    ReplyDelete
  3. Nothing like bad weather to get some writing done. Love this premise! Excellent setup.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Great six...very interested to see where this is going.

    Glad you are enjoying the rain where you are...nothing beats a good storm!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hmmm... what I'm curious about is the set-up... is it the promise to the witch, or is it the spell she spun that's preventing/keeping him from feeding on humans?

    ...and if he isn't feeding on humans, how is he sustaining himself?

    ReplyDelete

ShareThis

LinkWithin

Blog Widget by LinkWithin