I’ll continue today with a snippet from ECHOES OF THE PAST, Book 1 in the Fermosa Bay Series. Today’s snippet is from Emily’s POV. ENJOY ♥
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Emily moved her lasagne away. Her appetite was gone. “He’s changed, Ethan,” she whispered.
“We all have, pumpkin. Some more than others. We’re twenty years older.”
She choked back a chuckle. Yes, Ethan had to do the quick growing up after Skye had fallen pregnant at nineteen and left him a mere few months after Samuel had been born. “No, I mean different.”
“Don’t tell me he’s turned into an arrogant pommy.”
She laughed. “You’re such an arse.” Hesitating, she added, “He doesn’t call Jack dad, and when I talked about Niall and Skye, he had a complete blank.”
“Denying his heritage, is he?”
Laughing again, she replied, “Are you considering yourself heritage?”
Unsure what had triggered it, but Ethan grew serious. “I’d better head over there tomorrow morning and check things out. I have a few things to discuss with Jack as well.”
“Please bring back the old Connor,” she pleaded barely above a whisper.
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16 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday & #WeWriWa “What had made her kiss him?” #8sunday #indieauthor #amreading”
Well-crafted dialogue. It flows so well.
Aww, thank you Daryl 🙂
How easy it is to lose touch with those from your past then find you don’t know who they’ve become. Nicely done!
so true indeed. Sadly. Thanks Nancy.
So much can happen in 20 years. Sometimes time weight more than others. Great one.
So true. Thanks Vivi.
Oh yes, please bring back the old Connor! Great snippet.
🙂 Thanks Adriana !
Her anxiety about him is very touching.
A lot can happen in 20 years. Great snippet
Absolutely! Thanks Darrell.
Great flowing scene.
Thank you, Jeff.
It’s always tough when people change. Different sort of thing, but sometimes it’s hard for me to remember what conversations with my father (RIP) were like before he developed vascular dementia.
I enjoyed the dialogue between these characters. There was a good rhythm and flow to it. Tweeted.
Thank you Cara.