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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

I hope some of you won't be disappointed.  Several people have wanted to read more from The Welcome Inn, and I promise we'll get back to it soon, but today I want to let you sample my new release The Sentence.  Here's a blurb about the book.


Has her father totally lost his mind?  How could he bring the man who burned the church into their home for six months?  Yeah, it was an accident and her dad’s a minister, but if he wanted to help Clint Hayes, why didn’t he go to the prison to do it?  And no matter what her friend Christina says, she doesn’t watch Clint every single moment they’re together!

 In this excerpt, Reverend Amos has just told my hero Clint how a man is supposed to behave on a date.


Clint looked at him as if he had sprouted angel wings on his shoulders. “You don’t have to worry. Rachel doesn’t want to kiss me or hold my hand. She doesn’t even like me.”

Reverend Amos smiled at him. “She may change her mind if you have a good time at the concert.”

If you'd like to read more check out yesterday's Sweet Saturday Sample.  Also, you might want to look at what Rachel wore on her date with Clint.  That was posted on Friday.  The Sentence is available at http://www.astraeapress.com/#ecwid:category=662245&mode=product&product=10046831

12 comments:

diannehartsock said...

I'm curious about what happens at the concert. Wonder if she will want to kiss him. :)

Elaine Cantrell said...

The concert is a turning point in their relationship, Dianne.

angelaquarles.com said...

Love fathers who know best! Fun 6, can't wait to see what happens at the concert!

Christine Warner said...

Enjoyed your six Elaine...very nicely written :)

Kate said...

Fathers certainly do know their daughters. Am I right in thinking the good Reverend is playing matchmaker here? Nice six, Elaine.

Hallee Bridgeman said...

Enjoyed your six, Dianne! Can't wait to see what happens after the concert!

Elaine Cantrell said...

Angela, the concert's going to be explosive.

Elaine Cantrell said...

Thank you so much, Christine.

Elaine Cantrell said...

Not at this point, Kate. Later, things are different.

Elaine Cantrell said...

Hallee, thank you for stopping by.

patonlorraine said...

I get the sense that her father knows his daughter very well. :)

Sharon Cullen said...

Ah, a story about redemption. Love those!