Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday!!!

So glad you stopped by. Six Sentence Sunday is so much fun. Today I’m sharing another six sentences from my newly released Christmas novella, Miss Merry’s Christmas.

“This is most improper.” She attempted to cover herself with her skirts, but they’d been twisted underneath her, exposing the bottom half of her legs.

“Don’t concern yourself, we need to get you home and send for the doctor.”

“Oh, for heaven’s sake,  I’m fine, and I don’t need a doctor.”

“That’s my decision to make.” He slapped the horse with his reins, and they cantered forward.

Can you see why he annoys her?

Here is the blurb.

THE DUKE OF PENROSE is not happy with MISS MEREDITH CHAMBERS, the American governess his new wards have arrived with. He quickly replaces her, happy to have his unwanted attraction to the unsuitable woman behind him. Until his mother hires her as a companion…

England, 1817.  David Worthington, Duke of Penrose dislikes Miss Meredith Chambers, the American governess who accompanied his new wards. He especially detests his attraction to the insufferable woman, and is anxious for her replacement to arrive.

Merry is thrilled when the Dowager Duchess Penrose hires her as a companion. Now she can stay with her beloved charges. But can she ignore how her heart thumps when the pompous duke gets close?

Two people determined to ignore each other, despite the pull between them, and the sparks that fly whenever they’re together.

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9 Responses to Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday!!!

  1. Ceri Hebert says:

    LOL I love him. He’s a man who likes things done his way. And I can tell she’s going to fight him every step of the way! Great job, Callie!

  2. They both sound very stubborn. LOL Great six! 🙂

  3. Silver James says:

    Okay. I have to go get this one. Like I have time to read… 😆

    Great six!

  4. Callie says:

    Thanks, Tara. I appreciate your visit.

  5. Callie says:

    Thanks for coming by, Amy. Men especially in those dark days (read: before Women’s Rights), thought they should always have the last word. My heroine shakes that idea up.

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