Six Sentence Sunday: When Harriet Came Home

by - July 08, 2012

For this Six Sentence Sunday I thought I'd post some lines from my contemporary romance, When Harriet Came Home:

Adam Blackstone. Almost unrecognisable. Ten years ago he’d had smooth, boyish good looks,designer clothes, and a sports coupé—but now! Now his dark hair was close-cropped, he drove a truck, wore work boots, jeans and a plaid shirt, and he looked rugged and gritty as sandpaper. The prince had turned into a woodcutter. Even his eyes seemed different—still grey, but with tiny creases at the edges and a dark sombreness lying in their smoky depths.

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9 comments

  1. Wonderful description, Coleen. A great six!

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  2. Wow, makes you wonder what happened to Adam. I think I like him better this way.

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  3. Awesome description. Makes me want to learn a heck of a lot more about him! :)

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  4. And of course I immediately want to know what's behind that somberness - great description!

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  5. Thanks everyone for your awesome comments! I've only recently discovered six sentence sunday and it's a great way to discover new authors.

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  6. What a wonderful description of your hero. Love it. Such perfect imagery.

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  7. Adam sounds yummy! Love the rugged guys. And that is a beautiful cover!

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