We’re past the halfway point in NaNo. My word count is something like 26k. I think 15K of it might even be halfway decent. 😉
For the first time since his return home, connection flared between us. I found it easier to separate my Harper, the one I once thought hung both Askaran moons, from the male before me, because he wore the veil of humanity. My chest pulled tight and my mouth ran dry as he stared.
“I wondered where that shirt went.” He picked at the hem. “Looks better on you,” he said gruffly.
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Jessica Subject says
Intriguing. Best of luck with NaNo.
Sandi Sookoo says
Very nice! Continued success at NaNo!
Lisa Fox says
There's some great tension there. Good luck with NaNo!
Good luck with Nano. sometimes it drive s me nuts but i'm sticking to it too. I loved this scene. sounds like a great story
Liia Ann White says
Well done on getting so far in your NaNo!
Graylin Fox says
I want more!
Taryn Kincaid says
Veil of humanity! Hung both Askaren moons!
Fallon Blake says
I always loved wearing a man's shirt. Great little taste Haley and good luck with Nano.
Eleri Stone says
Wow-it sounds like there's a lot going on there under the surface of that scene – want to know more.
Marsha A. Moore says
Great poetic language to describe a complex and awkward moment for both of them. Enjoyed it!
Stacey Kennedy says
I love your snippets, Hailey! You so full of talent!! 🙂
Lex Valentine says
I love it when men like their clothes better on their women. 😉
Christa Paige says
The detail is so vivid, I like how she explains her connection with him. And, I'm a sucker for the heroine wearing the hero's t-shirts, too.
Layna Pimentel says
Great snippet Hailey!