Six Sentence Sunday

Happy Sunday! I missed yesterday’s blog, but I was getting some much-needed sleep. I will follow up next week with the next installment of Full of Grace; as for today, I am offering six sentences from my work-in-progress, Your Neighbor’s Love. This will probably be the last six sentences from this work for a while, as I am not that far into the story. Following on the heels of last week’s post, Leti and David have grown comfortable with each other’s company, but it was only a matter of time before Leti ran into Paul, her ex.

Six Sentence Sunday is a blogging experience where participants post six sentences from something they’re working on or something they’ve published. You can visit their site to check out the other participants or to join in the fun.

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Leti held her head up, adjusted her bags and climbed the stairs. Paul looked her up and down as she came to a stop in front of him and met his gaze.

I would have thought you’d gone running back to mami and papi,” he muttered. 

I’m a big girl,” she stated, “I can take care of myself.”

So that’s why you’re staying with the little girl in apartment C?”

She ‘humphed’ at the remark, edged closer to him and said, “David is more man than you ever were and will ever be.

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