Six Sentence Sunday – Blood Bound

Yea . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about 6 sentences from my WIP, Blood Bound – book 2 in the House Millar series?

I knew exactly what he’d just gone through, though I didn’t know how deep the connection was – did he watch or did he feel too? “What he just witnessed and to an extent felt was . . .” I couldn’t find the words to explain such sick, vile, wickedness.

Simon collapsed in my lap, his head on my knee. He managed to articulate one thought before losing himself to the sobs breaking through his control. “The mutilation of your soul.”

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  1. I want more. LOL Great six!

    1. 😀 TY Lia

  2. Breaks my heart. Great six!!

    1. Thank you Jennifer (can’t want for you to read what led up to that O.o )

  3. That last line was unexpected! I want more! Sounds like a wickedly good read.

    1. Thanks Jenna!
      I hope it turns out to be 😉

  4. Wait. What? Ooohh I wanna know more!

    1. Wanna know what he witnessed and she suffered huh? 😀 hehehe

  5. Wow, great six! Definitely want to know more now!

    1. Thanks Paula.
      Loved your 6 as well 😉

    • Tammy on February 19th, 2012 at 10:31 am

    Loved the last sentence. Very nice!

    1. Thanks! What can make a 200 yo vamp cry?

    • Brenda on February 19th, 2012 at 10:57 am

    I LOVE these six!

    1. TY Brenda 😀

  6. Awww, I’m glad the narrator is there for him, sounds like a wrenching experience he’s lived through! Powerful excerpt!

    1. Thank you Veronica. 😀 The sad thing is the narrator is the one who actually had the experience 🙁

  7. Really nice how he could find words when the narrator couldn’t. Emotional six.

    1. Thanks Jessica. 🙂
      A shared pain is an interesting experience, huh…

  8. Nice closing sentence.

  9. Wow, sounds interesting! Great six 🙂

    1. Thanks Lucy! Glad you liked 🙂

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