#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about a HALLOWEEN/SPOOKY/SCARY
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Overreacting here, to say the least. Everyone who’d been involved with the scary stuff in Texas was dead or in prison. Nevertheless, she shuffled toward the front of the house, her hand securely grasping a rolling pin.
“Nate fought the man until a shot went off. It was violent and scary. I almost fainted.” Nate looked away, knowng Sarah’s attempt to play the frightened girl card would only work if he didn’t laugh.
When the eerie suspicion I resembled a scary dame with Big Texas hair from the television show, “Dallas,” I turned my head to avoid the mirror.
María couldn’t breathe. The heat was worse than the pitch black, and that was scary enough. She and the others were squeezed into the back of the semi-trailer like tuna packed into a can.
And I’ll be honest—what you were telling me about some Confederate soldier, with you being new here, from the city and all . . . well, these big old houses can be spooky. There’s a lot of history in them.”
Was it good or back luck to be opening my office on Halloween?
Loving someone else was scary and dangerous. And in Katrina’s case, it had proven to be life-threatening.
Old Friends, New Lovers (work in progress)
Two long rows of them—everything from brightly-painted single engines and sexy little jets to spooky-looking black military helicopters.
She loved the challenge to engage those inquisitive minds. But to do that she’d need to add in a little fun—maybe a Halloween party for her class base on the history of the holiday.
A Stone Cold Christmas (work in progress)
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Great lines, gals. Great category for this time of year. Have a great Sunday. I shared. 🙂
Reblogged this on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author and commented:
The Sisterhood of Suspense share SPOOKY/SCARY lines on this week’s Sneak off and Read.