#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic GRAB for a great start to the week. Enjoy!
Vivianna grabbed his arm and tugged him to the side of the house. “We had an agreement. Do you realize what could happen if someone sees you here?”
Shutter (work in progress)
“How am I going to pay for these?” She laced her fingers together as if to keep from grabbing for what he offered.
If he grabbed Juliet and ran to the ends of the world, they’d be hunted and killed. Why had he thought he could see Juliet and leave without consequence?
When Next We Meet (work in progress)
He pulled out a chair, plopped the sack next to me, grabbed Daniel’s plate, and served himself from the platter.
Raving Beauty” from Just You and Me set
Disgusted, he slugged back the whiskey, breathing through the fire as it burned its way into his roiling gut, and grabbed his cowboy hat on the back of his chair, preparing to leave the room with his tail between his legs.
A feeling of suffocation suddenly grabbed him and held him. He wanted to scream and fight against the chains that bound him.
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
Starting this minute, Laura Horton was moving on, strong and sure, grabbing life by the horns. Not cowering in the shadows, waiting for it to kick her in the ass.
Maria grabbed my hand. “Don’t call. Don’t Skype. You won’t get a word in, and all the relatives will be interrogating you.”
Yes, sweetness, it’s me.” Without regard for his injuries, Ian grabbed his daughter and raised her into his arms. She giggled with delight, the most joyful noise Hannah had ever heard.
Strong arms grabbed her, and when a hand clamped firmly over her mouth a scream exploded in her throat.
Leaning over she grabbed the chair with one hand as she wrapped her other arm around her belly and took a deep breath.
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Reblogged this on Mystery and Romance.
Thanks for putting our lines together and posting every week, Steph!!!!
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Fantastic lines, and I love everyone’s covers!
as always, good stuff!
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Who knew “grabbed” could make for such great reading? Super job, ladies. 🙂