Six Sentence Sunday – 12/4/11

Today is #sixsunday where writers share six sentences from their work. I’ll share a snippet from my time-travel romance WIP. I currently have this out to Beta readers for feedback and hope to be in a position to query for agents in the new year. Here’s my working query hook for it: Isabelle Rochon has met the man of her dreams. There’s only one problem: he lives in a different century. 

This is in the first chapter and she’s at a reenactment ball, but everyone’s starting to be a little too into it. She’s just met the hero who is asking for the honor of an introduction:

May I have the honor? Really? Isabelle was starting to like the whole reenactment thing, but this seemed a tad over the top. So he was handsome. Well, okay, drool-worthy. Maybe she would cut him some slack on the over-acting bit then.

She ends up nicknaming him Lord Drool-Worthy shortly after this, which I’m seriously thinking of making the title…

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Have a great Sunday!

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  1. It would be kind nice if men still talked like that, huh? Instead we’re too likely to get something like: “Hey, baby.” *totally obvious butt check-out* “Can I get yo number?”

    Ah, the good old days… LOL

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  2. Lord Drool-Worthy, lol! Love this! More next week, please!

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  3. Great SSS! You’re new to me, but not for long!

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  4. Oh, this is going to be good! Boy is she in for a shock, huh? Great six!

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  5. Great hook! :)

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  6. Oh I’m already intrigued and I LOVE time travel romances. Great six, Angela! :)

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  7. *Sigh*… I like the hero already. Very nice 6, Angela. Lovely to meet a fellow Browncoat!

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  8. Too funny, Lord Drool-Worthy. Love TT.

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  9. Great six. Love the humor!

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