Six Sentence Sunday–12/18 An Almost Perfect Christmas

Once again it’s time for Six Sentence Sunday, the last one until next year.   Thank you to both first-time visitors and those who return each week.  I appreciate everyone stopping by.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your families.  Have a safe holiday season.

The release of my erotic Contemporary Almost Perfect inspired me to write a flash fiction story about Pam and Roger’s first Christmas together.  In this snippet, Pam’s just insisted that Roger open one special present on Christmas Eve.

Roger snapped the tape on the lid and opened it.  His brows furrowed and the little lines around his eyes tightened as he said, “It’s empty.”

“I know, but that’s because what was inside is now in the other room all ready for you.”  The worry lines eased.  “Come on,” Pam said, coaxing him to his feet.  “I would never play a joke on you like that,” she said, putting her arms around him, holding tight.

If you’d like to read all of An Almost Perfect Christmas, check out my post for Dec. 16!  And please visit the other Six Sentence Sunday snippets.  You’ll be glad you did!

Have a great Sunday!  Merry Christmas!

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22 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday–12/18 An Almost Perfect Christmas

  1. Yes, I’m wondering what’s in the next room too! Thanks for posting, though.

    I missed the list deadline for this week, but I did get six sentences up! http://kelworthfiles.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/six-sentence-sunday-more-from-children/

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  2. Sherry Gloag says:

    You are as big a tease as she is!! Great six.

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  3. Sophia Rose says:

    Loved this story! Thanks for the teaser/share!

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  4. Vivien Dean says:

    It might not be a joke, but it’s still a tease, lol. Thanks for sharing

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  5. And? AND?? What did she get him??? Aaahhh!!
    Great snippet. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Jenna.

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  6. Aw, yeah! It’s gettin’ good now!

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  7. Alix Cameron says:

    Fantastic six! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. Ax

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  8. Left me wanting to know more. Great six Jenna!

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  9. Mirriam Smyth says:

    Ooo what is it, what is it, what is it? Lol Great anticipation in your six!

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  10. Great choice. Now I have to know what it is.

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  11. Terrific six sentences. You’ve captured the anticipation of opening a gift.

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  12. Gem Sivad says:

    Hmmm, now you really have me curious. Great teasing six. Happy holidays, Jenna!

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  13. D'Ann says:

    Oh, his vulneribility really shines through here.

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  14. Brenda says:

    LOL, I know what it is…and it is funny! Loved this story–but I love all your stories.

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  15. Lia Davis says:

    Loved their Christmas story. Great six.

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  16. acriss22 says:

    I agree with Ruthie Knox, just what is it? Its something naughty right?

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  17. Sue says:

    I had to laugh – another writer uses silk sheets this week but not with the ensuing problems 😀 I believe your version is more accurate. Talk next year!!!

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  18. Karla says:

    I bet it’s something good! 😉

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  19. Ruthie Knox says:

    But what is it, what is it?! This is no way to end the year, missy. 🙂

    Fun six! Great anticipation.

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