Sunday, July 15, 2012

When a Soldier Cries ~ Six Sentence Sunday #sixsunday

Six sentences from my upcoming release, When a Soldier Cries. 

Tanner bolted out the door the instant he heard the first feminine shriek of outrage. His years in Special Ops made him immune to panic, yet he pushed himself for top speed because Cotton was a nasty piece of work. Cotton’s father Wayne was the ring-leader behind thefts of military equipment, and the suspected leader of a bunch of home-grown terrorists calling themselves Patriots of the New Dawn. It had been Tanner’s idea to find out where the Patriots were stashing the stolen equipment by getting close to Wayne’s incarcerated son. Undercover at the medium-security juvenile prison since the day Cotton arrived at Jackson, he was working his ass off to get close to the little prick when all he wanted to do was strangle the kid.

He’d tried getting close to the shrink too, thinking she’d be a good alternate source of information on Cotton. 

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  1. Great six! Love the cover and can't wait to read it all!

  2. Lots of info packed into these 6 sentences. I can really feel his intensity and determination! Well done!

  3. Intriguing six. Has everything in one tidy package, intensity (as Dara pointed out), suspense, and it gets the reader pumped up about the character and his mission.