Six Sentence Sunday

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So  happy you stopped by. I’m getting into this Six Sentence Sunday thing. Today I’m posting from the third book in my Oklahoma Lovers series, that is due to be released from Soul Mate Publishing in October – no exact date yet.

Michael led her to the front of the store, unlocked the door and let her out. “See you tomorrow.”

“Yes, thank you very much. I’ll be here. Thank you again.” She backed away, then turned and walked into a light post.

If you’re interested, here is the blurb for A Prescription for Love – Michael’s story:

Guthrie, Oklahoma, 1903. Betrayed by his fiancée’s infidelity eight years ago, pharmacist Michael Henderson vowed he’d never risk his heart again. But he doesn’t anticipate the tug of attraction he shares with his new employee.

Heidi Lester flees her home, determined to prove to her overprotective parents she can conquer her debilitating asthma, to make a life of her own. However, her unscrupulous fiancé has no intention of letting her go. He has his own plans for Heidi and her inheritance.

Will a scheme to ruin Michael’s family force Heidi to marry her fiancé, or will assistance arrive from a surprising source to allow her to be with the man she truly loves?

Thanks for coming by, and leave a comment if you wish. I love to hear from readers. Also check out the Six Sentence Sunday blog to see other great six sentences.

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9 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday

  1. Ceri Hebert says:

    LOL Love these six sentences! And the cover is so beautiful!

  2. LMBO….I could so picture me doing that, which makes it all the more funny! Great six!

  3. Silver James says:

    Oops! I hate when that happens. LOL Fun six, Callie. ;)

  4. That last sentence? AWESOME. I didn’t see it coming and I actually laughed out loud!

  5. Calisa Rhose says:

    I forgot to list mine on the official site one week last month. lol Great six Callie! :)

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