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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As soon as Jack had told Emily earlier in the week that Connor was coming to Fermosa Bay, her whole body had reacted. She’d laughed at herself for still having a crush on him, but even at the tender age of six years, he’d been the love of her life. They’d spent hours at the beach, searching for shells, building sand castles, or swimming in the sea. The famous five of Fermosa Bay, as they had been called: Emily, Connor, Ethan, Niall, and Skye.
Then there’d been the accident, and she’d never seen Connor again until today.
The simple touch of her hand on his shoulder brought back all the memories and the fun they’d had.
Yet, it seemed they were only memories for her. The fun and mischief were nowhere to be seen in his eyes. Standing in front of her, he seemed distant and withdrawn. The constant grin he’d worn on his face was gone.
She tried hard to put on a smile. “I’m sure the others would love to catch up with you. How about a drink at the pub tomorrow night?”
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18 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday & #WeWriWa “The famous five of Fermosa Bay.” #8sunday #indieauthor #mustread”
so sad, the light has gone out.
A good way to describe it 😉 Thanks Adriana.
Nice scene! Visual and intense . . . and leaving me with lots of questions.
Thank you, Nancy. Glad you enjoyed the snippet.
That would be extremely hard, to have such great memories and then the other person doesn’t share them at ALL. Well done snippet! I feel for her…
Thanks, Veronica. Yes, it would be indeed. Hard and heartbreaking I would say.
Sad, how sometimes life gets in the way and it ruins even memories…
True, Viviana, and sad indeed. Make the most of every day!
Seems he needs a little sunshine in his life!
Yes! And no better place than where he is now 😉 Thanks Aurora.
Great visual scene. Interesting on how some don’t remember things the way you do, or hold on to memories the way we do.
Thanks Jeff. Memory is a fascinating concept, the way we store it, forget it, retrieve it … amazes me on a daily basis.
Ooh, the heartache she feels now, seeing him but realizing he doesn’t see what she does….
But (!!!) she’s determined to make him see <3 thanks Eden. 🙂
She’ll put the smile back on his face. I have every confidence in her! LOL
Thanks Heather – you’re spot on 😉
Nice emotions in this scene. Sorrow, hope. I’m wondering what accident. Nice writing!
Thank you, Teresa. Appreciate the feedback 🙂