It's Sunday again...time for Six Sentences! In honor of Mother's Day, my six sentences will come from six novels rather than one, and all will involve my protagonists and their mothers....
Jaime Lynde and Fran Lynde (The Unicorn's Daughter/A Time for Legends): Good God, she thought as the realization hit her, I'm jealous of my own daughter!
Connor Mackenzie and Anne Stewart (Chasing the Wind): "Then one day an angel, the Archangel Gabriel, came and told me I would be blessed with a special baby who would grow up to be God's messenger."
Jamie Randall and Caroline Randall (Final Hours): "If the two of you had met before you married Elizabeth, I'd embrace her as the woman my son loves."
Robyn Cantwell Stewart and Lily Cantwell (An Army of Angels): "He already does," her mother assured her. "I’ve seen the way he looks at you. That man adores you."
Alexander Kirakis and Elizabeth Ryan (Dance of the Gods/Alexander's Empire): Alexander studied Elizabeth for a moment, then shook his head emphatically. "We shall see, Doctor."
Lynne Raven Mackenzie and Daniel Mackenzie (untitled novel in progress): "Daniel, you're just like your father when I first met him, and that scares the hell out of me."
Okay, so I cheated in a couple of places and used more than one sentence--but had I not, the entries would not have made sense.
Happy Mother's Day to all mothers reading this!