#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about TREPIDATION for a great start to the week. Enjoy!
When Miller turned and studied the long, narrow, barely foot-tall basement windows, the trepidation in his eyes was palpable, and terrifying.
“Let’s get you out of here,” he said solemnly.
So it was an act. Underneath his calm exterior burned something else, possibly more passionate, and Susan was afraid of poking that smoldering interior.
Tingling began in her fingertips and moved up her arms, colors danced and sparkled before her eyes, and a great weight lay on her chest. She couldn’t get air.
It wasn’t like Captain McGuire to stall but that’s exactly what he was doing at the moment.
He’d never be her equal, especially crouched down and hiding, fearful the police would find him.
Shutter (work in progress)
Thank God, she could deal with anger. The other emotions left her weak and vulnerable. Vulnerable. She could not, would not be vulnerable.
A doe watched Rafe from the edge of the woods. With delicate legs poised to run and brown wary eyes, the deer reminded him of Juliet.
When Next We Meet (work in progress)
However, how many people were interviewed by the police twice in their lifetime? I prepared myself to handle this one with some trepidation due to the interviewer, Detective Wellborn.
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Great lines this week, ladies!
Such variety in our lines, gals. Love Sundays. 🙂 I’ll share.