I hope everyone survived the blast of miserable weather last week. I got lucky. Everything went south of me and my little corner of Michigan was cold, but sunny.
I'm posting another snippet from my soon to be released, YA WWII, rural romance novella, Rendezvous with Destiny. It's a story about friendship, changes, and secrets.
Don't forget to check out the authors who are participating in this week's WeWriWa blog hop! You'll be glad you did. It's a talented and diverse bunch!
I hope my snippet is 8 sentences. The first few times I counted, I got a funny number, which I'm hoping was nothing more than a temporary brain snafu!
Rosika bit her lip and looked across the truck’s hood at Felicia who was pressed so tightly against Theo’s side, a mosquito caught between their bodies would suffocate. Her arms were wrapped around his neck and he seemed engrossed by whatever she was whispering in his ear.
They looked good together.
The realization caused something sharp and unfamiliar jolted through Rosika. A hollow sensation filled her stomach. Her fingers curled into fists, her nails digging into her palms. A strange urge to rip off her shoe and drive the heel through someone’s eye swept over her.
She just needed to decide whose eye to exact revenge upon first.
I'm currently giving away three paperback copies of Rendezvous with Destiny via GoodReads. Feel free to sign up!