6 Sentence Sunday – Jan. 29, 2012
This is the last week for tidbits from Daughter of the Moon, Book 1: Surface, and I’m sorry to see it end. I’ve enjoyed sharing this book with you. If you’ve enjoyed what you’ve seen, I encourage you to get a copy and find out how Sonata and Mikhail make their way through the rough spots.
This snippet takes place at the point where the war has come to overtake their lives. Since it’s a nuclear conflagration, there isn’t much they can do about it but take shelter. Their friends have begun to do just that.
Sonata went directly to Mikhail’s arms as they lingered behind. Neither really wanted to enter the frightening chapter that had begun. Sonata reached up and stroked the tall man’s stubbled face, urging his mouth toward hers. Their kiss was deep, slow, sad. Sonata wondered what it would be like to belong with this man, not for a stolen weekend, but forever. With events as they were unfolding, perhaps this weekend was closer to forever than she imagined.
Next week, we’ll move on to Daughter of the Moon, Book 2: Depths, the second and final book in this series.
Wishing you a lovely day!