#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about the topic ASK for a great start to the week.
Still, I couldn’t help feel somewhat foolish. I mean, I was here to ask if anyone had ever reported seeing ghosts on the property.
So many questions I longed to ask, but I doubted the Constable would even know where to begin.
“I was young and in love, and when you asked me to promise to keep our relationship a secret, I wasn’t about to argue or do anything to jeopardize our future.”
“Rude?” She lowered her voice to a whisper. “You’re the one who asked me to check out that gross excuse for a human being and for what? You think I’m stupid? I’m not doing him.”
This part of his job was never easy, but crucial time had elapsed, time without an arrest. Now he had to ask the tough questions.
“If it weren’t late, I’d ask you to come in. Karen thought I was crazy to settle on the first thing I saw, but I knew.”
Fire? Rafe wanted to ask more questions, but his father’s glare warned him off.
Wasn’t a warning standard procedure for a taillight out? How did that happen on a new car? I needed to ask him for clarification later.
She sighed and wrapped her arms around his neck, creating a warm cocoon. “I thought you’d never ask,” she whispered.
When he asked her father for her hand the future became open to infinite possibilities. Now she could envision beautiful blue-eyed children bringing joy to AJ’s life
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
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The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines from their work every Sunday. Check out this week’s topic: Ask
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Super lines, ladies. What a powerful word is “ask.” I shared. 🙂
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