#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the theme CHOKE for a great start to the week. Enjoy!
I invited her out to dinner and put the ring in a glass of champagne. Problem is, she choked on the damn thing and they had to call the paramedics.
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
“Wow,” I choked, “you guys must have done really well. You both smell like cat food.”
He took her face between his hands, threading his fingers into her hair, and she choked back a sob. How long since he’d touched her this way?
Elise came awake choking on gasoline fumes, disoriented by the sweet maple syrup scent of antifreeze.
A Twisted Fate (work in progress)
She twisted her wine glass. “He said his name was Ray Holland.” Jim choked on a bite of sandwich and grabbed for the bottle.
A huge push of air blew through the room and something crashed into the other side of the house. The shock wave swept dust and sharp debris into a mini tornado, and she choked on the rising smoke.
Every Deep Desire
I brushed invisible lint from my nose. “I apologize for intruding on your”—I choked for a nanosecond—“date.”
Fear dried the saliva in her mouth and she choked, the heavy gun wavering between the fallen soldier and the unseen threat beyond the open doorway.
Maggie’s Revenge (work in progress)
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Lots of tension! Good job, ladies 🙂
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good stuff, Ladies!