Welcome to another Sunday of fun reading! This post is part of the Weekend Writing Warriors and Sunday Snippet blog hop. It provides authors of all different backgrounds and genres with an opportunity to post snippets of their published and unpublished books.
I’m posting a snippet from my Georgian Christmas story, Snowflakes & Beeswax. Thanks for stopping by!
Madelyn skirted along the edge of the stone barn and rounded the corner, where a wooden room had been added to the stone barn, and slipped on the wet snow. Oliver’s hand found her elbow, steadying her.
Heat flooded her face and she jerked out his grasp, “thank you.”
“You need to be careful,” Oliver said, his voice low. His eyes met hers and the corners of his mouth kicked up in a warm smile.
Madelyn swallowed and tugged her arm free and hurried to the workroom’s door. Her wet gloves made opening lifting the bar from the latch difficult, but after a moment she managed and pushed the door open.
Snowflakes and sunlight streamed through the doorway, providing Madelyn with just enough light to see the carnage.