Six Sentence Sunday: Fall for Me

More from Fall for Me, my romantic paranormal novel. I like my hero strong, but flawed. If he's take-charge, a bit dangerous, but his motives, deep down, are noble -- all the better. In Bartholomew's case, if he's all that, plus tall, dark-haired, and French, well, that's best of all.

In this scene, he has surprised Matilde in her room.


“Am I so unaware?”

He shook his head, retrieved the comb from the floor, and set to work on my hair. “Non. Distracted.”

I closed my eyes and indulged in his closeness, the feel of his fingers, the smell of his skin.

The comb slowed, his hands lingered. He stroked my jaw, tilted my head.


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