Six Sentence Sunday!!

Hi Everyone. I’m back again, third time in a row. This could become a habit, lol. Here are my six sentences. This is from A Wife By Christmas, which is the second book in my Oklahoma Lovers Series. In 1906 Ellie Henderson is a high school teacher, and a thorn in the side of Principal, Max Colbert. He would like more than anything to fire her, but she has ‘contacts.’ And we all know what that means.

His jaw tightened, his mouth working as if to say something. Then like a rag doll, he collapsed into his seat and leaned back, eyes closed. “Miss Henderson, you are a pebble in my shoe.”

            “And you, Mr. Colbert, are a horse’s behind.”

            He opened one eye. The cursed woman again sat primly on the edge of her seat, adjusting her skirts. 

Please leave a comment, if you so desire. Also go the Six Sentence Sunday blog page and read all the wonderful Six Sentences from other fabulous authors.

You can read the blurb for A Wife by Christmas under the “books” tab on my website, and an excerpt from another scene under “exceprts.” Happy Sunday!

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16 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday!!

  1. Ceri Hebert says:

    Gotta love Ellie! Awesome story, Callie. 🙂

  2. Ella Quinn says:

    This is not starting out well for them. Great six.

  3. Must be a fair-sized town, to have a High School in 1906. (My mother taught in a one-room school in Oklahoma in the 1920’s. I have her high school commencement program–32 students in her class, but that was in a fair sized town.)

  4. Beppie Harrison says:

    Great six lines. Great idea! Still grinning.

  5. This was such a fun story! Great snippet choice…one of my fav scenes in the book!

  6. Dee Carney says:

    LOL! I like her spunk!

  7. Silver James says:

    They have a definite rhythm to their fights. This is a fun book, Callie! Thanks for sharing this snippet.

  8. R.T. Wolfe says:

    Ha! Love this, Callie! Thank you!
    -R.T. Wolfe

  9. Calisa Rhose says:

    Oh very nice six, Callie! I love this, the back and forth between these two! I didn’t post this week but enjoy reading of others. 🙂

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