Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday

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Hi everyone. Welcome to another Six Sentence Sunday. Today I’m once again sharing six sentences from my soon to be released (October 31st) Regency novella, Miss Merry’s Christmas. Lots of clashes between the duke and Miss Merry. Take a look:

“Miss Chambers took a fall from her horse. I’m taking her to her room while we wait for the doctor.”

“Oh my goodness, is she badly hurt?” The dowager hurried behind the duke who had Merry bundled in his arms.

“I’m not hurt at all, Your Grace,” Merry called over his shoulder. “But His Grace is too stubborn to listen to me.”

His mother covered her mouth with her hand, looking suspiciously as if she tried to hold back a laugh.

As you can see, the duke’s mother is amused at how flummoxed her very staid and stiff-necked son is. For the blurb and excerpt from Miss Merry’s Christmas, check out ‘coming attractions.’ http://calliehutton.com/?page_id=478

Be sure to check out the other six sentences from some very talented authors. Six Sentence Sunday.

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14 Responses to Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday

  1. Ella Quinn says:

    Very cute. This is a great book!

  2. Sounds like fun, Colleen, nice one!

  3. R.T. Wolfe says:

    Another awesome clip, Callie!
    -R.T. Wolfe
    http://www.rtwolfe.com

  4. Ceri Hebert says:

    I think the Duke’s mother likes her. Nicely done, Callie. As usual.

  5. Cheryl Yeko says:

    Sounds cute, Callie. Nice six, as always.

    -Cheryl

  6. Silver James says:

    I *like* the dowager! I hope she and Merry get on well together. Looking forward to reading this one, Callie. :)

  7. Sounds like she’s going to have to soften up “His Grace”. Nice Six.

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