It’s time for Six Sentence Sunday! Continuing with my latest release, Adrienne’s Ghost, I’d like to take a step back to where Rachael is contemplating her first close encounter with the ghost of murder victim Adrienne Garza, former FBI recruit and “friend” of investigating agent Jackson Yates…
The shrouded images flickered through Rachael’s mind like a music video, its soundtrack a muted mix of cryptic phrases and laughing murmurs. She’d felt the sensations too, as if they were hers. The stroke of a hand along the woman’s leg, a whisper of a caress. A lover’s touch. Shivers had raced down Rachael’s spine, to her scalp and the tips of her fingers and toes. Yet she had experienced it all through the eyes and ears, the skin of a dead woman.
As always, I hope you enjoyed these six! If you’d like to read more from Adrienne’s Ghost, click here.
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15 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday ~ 11/27”
Beautifully written…love the description and the emotion. Great six 🙂
Thank you, Christine!
I concur, beautifully written. Fantastic six!
Thanks, Alix! Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Great voice, with some terrific sensory imagery. Fantastic six!
I appreciate that, Vivien! Thanks for stopping by.
Great visceral response, Leah. Great six!
Thanks, J.D. 🙂
Wonderful six, Leah!
The images you conjured up…man…I want more
Thanks so much, Sarah and Jayal, for stopping by! Sorry I didn’t respond yesterday. Had to cook dinner and then watched TV with my hubby…until I fell asleep at 8:30! 🙂
I love the descriptions in this!
Thanks, Gayle. 🙂
Wonderful! I can feel it. Great six.
Thank you, Jennifer. I appreciate that. 🙂