Six Sentence Sunday — The P.U.R.E. #2

Welcome to my SECOND “Six Sentence Sunday”. Thank you for visiting and especially for any comments you might leave me.

I thought I’d share a second six from my debut novel, a romantic suspense, The P.U.R.E., to be published by J Taylor Publishing in April 2012. P.U.R.E stands for Previously Undetected Recruiting Error, by the way.

In this scene, our heroine, Gayle has talked her reluctant co-worker, Jon, into doing a little after hours sleuthing with her.Β  Jon speaks first.

Okay, I’ll go in first, and scope out the place. I’ll call you on your cell if the coast is clear.”

“Why do you think you’re so much less recognizable or noticeable than me?” I cocked my head to the side. Typical man! He wanted to take over even though I came up with the idea in the first place.

If you enjoyed that, I hope you’ll pick up a copy of The P.U.R.E. right after you file your tax return next year, on or around April 16, 2012 when it releases.

Be sure to check out the host site, Six Sentence Sunday, for links to more tantalizing snippets from some very talented writers.

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22 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday — The P.U.R.E. #2

  1. Yeah, typical man. They’re all like it, right? But then, if not for their ways, our job of manipulation would be so much harder, lol.

    Oh and: “If you enjoyed that, I hope you’ll pick up a copy of The P.U.R.E. right after you file your tax return next year, on or around April 16, 2012 when it releases.”<<Love it! πŸ˜›

    • Heh-heh…too true! On the 4/16 timing, I figured if ever anyone *might* be open to a little romantic suspense about a CPA, it would be after the return was filed and the CPA (or even H&R Block) was the reader’s hero. I am wily that way. Thanks so much for the read and comment.

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