Weekend Writing Warriors – Hot as Blazes: Little Sister

WWWOn this week’s Weekend Writing Warriors, I’m continuing this week with a snippet from my newest release Hot as Blazes.

After some trouble in California, Jo Mercer’s pro surfing career has tanked. She has just arrived home at the oceanfront beach house where she grew up. Ray, her brother’s best friend, and her secret crush has returned from surfing and has racked his board and spied Jo. Last week we ended with: “I was beginning to think I’d never see you again.”

“Me too.” She avoided his gaze as tears welled.

He tamed a wavy strand of her hair with gentle fingers. “Figured you would have cut it by now.”

The sensual gesture set off a resurgence of feelings she didn’t want to revisit. Hope welled in her chest, but she crushed it with memories of past heartache. He’d never see her as a woman. “Nope, still Bobby’s tomboy sister.”

“I never saw you that way, Jo.” His gaze softened with his tone. He’d always had the ability to strip her of pretense with barely a word.

She fought for control.

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19 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors – Hot as Blazes: Little Sister”

  1. ~long exhale~ Wonderful, Dani. The scene is so tender and so candid. You’ve let the reader into her mind and her heart. Well, almost– Great job hinting at heartache in her past. Was it him? Nice job of infusing some intrigue, too. 🙂

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  2. I like how her emotions jump about as if her heart was on a trampoline… a giddy bounce then a stomach churning drop, then forced up again… Very real dialogue, and very sweet.

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