8 Sentence Sunday #3

Posted Jan 19 2014, 7:00 am in , , ,

This will be my final post for Something to Prove. As a special treat, I’m posting a scene that shows a kiss that Colin and Elizabeth share. They’ve been working together well, but she’s still fighting her attraction to him. They run into each other at a bar while Elizabeth is out with friends. They dance, and Elizabeth doesn’t deal well with Colin’s proximity. She leaves and he follows her out of the bar, grabs her, and kisses her.

               The moist heat of his mouth made her gasp and as soon as she did, his tongue moved in, stroking the inside of her mouth.

              He wasn’t rushed. Like everything Colin did, he moved slowly, drawing out every minute shift and swipe. His arms held her in place, as if he knew she would run. The strength in them made her lean in.

              He felt so damn good. Smelled even better. Her blood warmed, but like Colin’s movements, it didn’t race. 

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6 responses to “8 Sentence Sunday #3”

  1. Gemma Parkes says:

    I like a slow build up and you wrote that one beautifully!

  2. Sarah Cass says:

    Love the slow build. Intense kiss filled with so mmuch promise!

  3. Jess Schira says:

    Gemma and Sarah are right, the slow build in this snippet is intense. You’ve done a marvelous job with this story.

  4. Eleri Stone says:

    Damn, that’s a good kiss!

  5. Terrific description, I was right there with your character.

  6. A very satisfying scene, thanks for sharing! Great 8!