Sunday, September 2, 2012

#SixSunday ~ As his flesh joined with hers... #WestofWant

Happy Sunday everyone! And Happy Labor Day weekend! This week, another six from my Greek-mythology-inspired West of Want, which recently received a wonderful 4-star review from Romantic Times Magazine! Read on...
As his flesh joined with hers, Zeph's soul sung, his psyche eased. When he was seated all the way in her, he paused, savored. He’d had his share of partners, but this felt different, full of some unnamed promise. Perhaps it was his healing energy within her, or Ella's own special calming aura surrounding him. Perhaps it was her honesty and forthrightness—so different from the way his divine brethren behaved. Good gods, he wasn’t sure who was claiming who here.
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Laura

21 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

Love this six! Congrats on the great review, Laura! :)

kerriannecoombes said...

So well written! Who is claiming who?????

Cara Bristol said...

Love the line about his uncertainty as to who was claiming who.

S. J. Maylee said...

His honesty in the moment is fab and so touching. Congrats on the review :D

karladoyle said...

Ooh, love that last line. Great snippet, Laura!

kristalbaird said...

So men CAN multi-task! teehee

stephanielawton.com said...

Oh good grief, that was beautiful! Love the verbs - "seated" "eased" an the last sentence is pure gold.

robertjpace said...

Very good choice of words to convey whats going through his head...and body. Congrats on the review as well. 4 stars? Nice.

Joanne Stewart said...

Love his vulnerability. Terrific, very sexy six.

Krystal Shannan said...

Great six. I love the thought process.

Tonya Burrows said...

Aww, I love Zeph. :-)

Karen Michelle Nutt said...

Oh I love this: Who is claiming who here. I love an Alpha male who can feel vulnerable, too.

valclarizio said...

Great six, very touching.

Victoria said...

I just love it! This is the best -

he paused, savored

Just plain WOW!

Dee Carney said...

Love the internalization here. Fantastic!

Taryn Kincaid said...

Beautifully done. Just awesome!

charmainegordon author said...

WOW! Just beautiful-especially the last line.

Veronica Scott said...

Love the delightful confusion he's feeling - terrific excerpt! Great news about the wonderful review too!

skyewarren said...

I got tingles on that first line, I swear!

Laura Kaye said...

Thanks for all the awesome comments, guys!

Siren Star said...

This is such a great six! Beautiful wording! As always, can't wait to read more!