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Sonata kisses Mikhail.Welcome back to my little sample of romance, here on 6 Sentence Sunday. I hope you enjoy the experience.

Since we’re still in January, we’ll continue our progress through Daughter of the Moon, Book 1: Surface. It’s the futuristic story of Sonata and Mikhail as they sneak up on something special.

In this bit, Sonata’s enforced weekend with Mikhail comes to a close. Or will it?

“I won’t forget this weekend, Mikhail,” she whispered in his ear, pulling his head down to hers. She bit his earlobe and tickled it with her tongue. “It’s like I’ve been touched for the first time,” she breathed. “I’ll never forget.” Oh, Luna, she almost wished she could forget!

Mikhail grabbed her then, and pulled her hard against him, kissing her fiercely.

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I hope your week is magical!


  1. Now why would she want to forget…? Heartwrenching six – well done! 🙂

    • Thanks for coming by, Zee. Her regular life is so much less emotionally satisfying that the contrast would be endlessly painful, and she doesn’t see a way to make things more permanent with Mikhail. Consequently, she’d like to forget that it ever happened. She’s not getting off so easy though.

  2. Ooohh–steamy! I don’t think the weekend’s up just yet 😉 Thanks for sharing, Patricia!

  3. That must have been some weekend if she won’t forget and he won’t let her go. Fun six, Patricia. 🙂

  4. Gosh, why does she wish she could forget? Must have been a heck of a weekend.

    • Oh my goodness, yes, it was a helluva weekend, Karysa. It leaves her wanting more, but she’s trying to convince herself otherwise. Thank you for leaving your comment. Good to see you.

  5. Such painful longing. Poor thing; I hope it lasts.

  6. Beautiful six, Patricia! I love the twist of emotions here, all that longing/sadness. I hope that kiss leads to a longer weekend. 😉

  7. Just right, her almost sad and his fierce emotions. Beautiful six!

  8. What a lovely, bittersweet farewell!

    • I’m trying to balance out the really sexy stuff on Wednesdays with the more action- and romance-driven stuff here on SSS. I’m glad you liked this, Alyssa. Thanks for commenting!

  9. the image does the book justice. a nice snapshot of their romance.

  10. Sweet and touching. A hint of tension. Nice.

  11. Yes, it will be so hard leaving him behind. I hope she doesn’t. Great six! 🙂

  12. Oh, no! Why does she want to forget?

  13. Sounds more “unforgettable” to me. Good job!

  14. Sounds like a perfect week end, that cannot be repeated? oh shame!

  15. Sweet and sexy. I like it. 🙂

  16. Sure sounds like a weekend to remember! And he obviously doesn’t want it to end…Wonder where this kiss will lead, then? Great six, Trish.

  17. I’m jealous! Great six.

  18. Aw, he doesn’t want it to end either. Love the title.

  19. The pleasure of the shared time is mixing with the pain of it being over in such an aching way. Great job.

  20. Yum! I love unexpected kissing.

  21. This doesn’t sound like something I would want to forget!

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