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I hope you’re enjoying my latest WIP which is set near
Lake Tekapo, New Zealand.
Knowing she wasn’t able to go anywhere else, she placed her backpack on the floor and went in search for a glass. She was desperate for a drink. She liked the cabin style kitchen. Running her hand over the wooden bench, she looked out the window into the near darkness, still rattled by it all. There were about half a dozen cups on hooks at the wall, hanging from a shelf that had beautiful storage container for sugar, coffee, and tea. All underneath another shelf with a vast choice of herbs and spices. Lani grabbed a cup and a teabag as she imagined cleaning the dishes while enjoying the view across the mountains and the lake. It looked so peaceful. She blew out a breath and went in search for a kettle. The frying pans hung on hooks as well above the stove. The pots were next to it on shelves as well. It was such a contrast to her grandmother’s small kitchen. Big and small plates were neatly stacked underneath it and right behind them was an old fashioned red stove kettle. She reached for it to fill it with some water, but not before she went half way up the stairs, which was right beside it all.
Lani shot around, in the fright dropping the kettle which fell down the stairs, the noise echoing through the house like thunder.
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8 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday “It looked so peaceful.” #Sundayblogshare #Romance”
The cabin clearly isn’t peaceful enough to dispel her serious case of nerves!
LOL … Well … she is alone in a strangers house. Although peaceful it can be nerve wracking 😉
I enjoyed her surprise after the “peaceful” build-up.
Great! Thank you Aurora 🙂
Ok, wow, my heart is thumping now! The kitchen description was so beautiful and then – surprise! Great snippet…
Oh wow … thanks Veronica. Glad you enjoyed it.
I’m curious to know where he was hiding all this time. Great imagery of the place.
Thank you, karen 🙂