Six Sentence Sunday, 1 January 2012 (Annie Brown and the Superhero Blues)

That was the neat thing about the slow place, although of course at the moment the world had slowed nearly to a stop, stretched as it was by adrenalin and the serious, disembodied suspicion that she might not survive the whole experience. Bertie, under her, stretched his hand as if the fire-alarm were still under it, his lips parted in warning and his eyes open, pale blue-green glass lit in apocalyptic flame as they threw back the opal interplay of green death-ray, golden phoenix-flame and blue-violet ice. He really was gorgeous, she thought, and if she were going to die anyway, maybe she should … She glanced to one side, to be sure the kitchen crew were still safe under the barricade. They hadn’t moved, of course, because the barricade had caught the first impetus of the explosion and recoiled, as she’d meant it to, the loose debris taking up the shock. It’s a shame I can’t turn that for extra credit in physics lab, she thought, and then turned to the serious business of kissing Bertie, because it might just be now or never.

[Author’s Note: This would be the first time I’ve posted a Romantic and/or Naughty Bit, of which more in next week’s Six Sentence Sunday post. Happy New Year!]

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21 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday, 1 January 2012 (Annie Brown and the Superhero Blues)

  1. Serious business indeed :D. Good six. Best wishes for 2012! x

  2. A very intense scene. Nice six! 🙂

    All the best in 2012!

  3. Dan H. Kind says:

    Excellent descriptive writing with a nice touch of wry humor. Great six!

  4. Skye Warren says:

    Nice. Well, fear of death will convince even the most reluctant romance-goers to take the plunge 😉

  5. Zee Monodee says:

    Very well written – strong & descriptive, with that apocalyptic vibe. Good job 🙂

  6. Gemma Parkes says:

    Great description! Loved it!

  7. Vivien Dean says:

    Such vivid description! Great six!

  8. Gem Sivad says:

    Strong descriptions written in beautiful prose. Great six!

  9. Alix Cameron says:

    Absolutely love it!

  10. I really love that apocalyptic flame bit. Nice six!

  11. Beautiful descriptive language! You fit a lot into those six sentences!

  12. Sue says:

    Happy New Year – always love your humour —and now for a serious note – love it!

  13. Carly Fall says:

    Wow! Fabulous description! And hey, if the world is ending, why the hell not?? 😉 Hope she does!
    Happy New Year to you!

  14. Monica Enderle Pierce says:

    Impeccable pacing! I could see the slo-mo chaos in my mind’s eye. Fantastic six!

  15. Jayel Kaye says:

    Wow. Great inner thougths against the backdrop of the action. Wonderful 6

  16. Becca says:

    Nicely written. I like this image, and the little aside about physics class.

  17. Very interesting images. Happy New Year!

  18. pippajay says:

    Love all the colour descriptions in there. 🙂

  19. Lynne Murray says:

    An intriguing juxtaposition of erotic and action…suspenseful six!

  20. Nothing like a little impending death to get the relationship rolling!

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