Six Sentence Sunday Take 2

From The Beauty’s Beast, currently available wherever ebooks are sold.

(Lady Kathryn’s father sent her to court to find a husband, but instead she finds herself assigned to care for the king’s prized pet, an uncanny black wolf. What the king doesn’t realize is his remarkable beast was once Gabriel, a knight, cursed into wolf form by an unfaithful wife…in this scene Kathryn confronts a bitchy lady-in-waiting…)

“Well?” Beatrice demanded of her again. “Have you nothing to say?”

Kathryn did not look up as she said in her most sickly sweet voice, “As you have oft remarked to me, lady, silence is of all virtues the most becoming in a maiden. I am merely trying to take your good advice to heart.”

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9 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday Take 2

  1. Carly Fall says:

    Ha! Throwing it back in her face. Love it!

  2. Good one! You get the flavor of how *this* Court operates! Excellent excerpt.

  3. gayleramage says:

    lol, yeah you tell her, sister! 😀

  4. Elaine says:

    I loved this – I read the piece before about the sardonic beast too – this is a great premise. I’d love to read more.

  5. Enjoyed your six….nice one!

  6. Heather Boyd says:

    That’s a great comeback! LOL Love it!

  7. pippajay says:

    So take that, Beatrice! 😛

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