#SixSunday — A Peek at Tidal Whispers

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This six comes from my story in Tidal Whispers, an ocean creature themed anthology that releases tomorrow from J. Taylor Publishing. My story is called “The Sweetest Song” and features a siren, Circe, and the captain of the only fishing vessel ever to have eluded her destructive clutches, not once but three times.

In this scene, Circe is trying to leave Otis because she realizes he may be more dangerous to her heart than she could ever be to his fishing boat.

The rain had stopped, and twilight had rolled in, though it would not get dark, not for a few more moon cycles.

Otis didn’t say a word but caught hold of her hand and brought it to his lips. She stepped closer, close enough for him to slide his other hand around her waist and draw her near. His lips descended to drop a light kiss on hers.

It wasn’t enough. One kiss would never be enough.

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40 thoughts on “#SixSunday — A Peek at Tidal Whispers

  1. The siren’s in danger of losing herself to his charms– love it! Congratulations on the upcoming release!!

    • Hmm…good way of viewing it. I suppose it could be either, and yes her dilemma grows the longer she knows him and learns more about him and those he loves.

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