#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the theme TASTE for a great start to the week. Enjoy!
Cooked to perfection, moist with a light pink center, the tenderness and taste of the steak kept her focus. Who knew the people of Maine—or at least Tom—understood how to cook a steak?
The wind blew and Juliet tasted the dusty tang of the Isle. Like crushed dandelions and swamp sludge.
Every Deep Desire
“I wonder if the taste of coffee disguises poison.”
“I’ve worked too hard for this, Leo. Don’t disappoint me.”
The bitter taste of soot assaulted his mouth. His eyes burned and clouded with tears.
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
While I would have loved to taste one of the tortes or cakes, I dug into the thin slice of custard pie.
Ian sat down to a rather unusual concoction of meat, tomato sauce, corn and noodles. Thing is, it tasted more like a casserole than anything, and he loved casseroles.
His mouth met hers, and he knew everything was going to be okay. His world was back on its axis because of the taste of her, and the low sound coming from her throat.
I grabbed the mug and sipped, relishing the smooth roasted taste of coffee and the warmth on my hands.
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What great lines, y’all! I shared. 🙂
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