Thank you for stopping by to visit. I wanted to share with you a little flash fiction. Flash Fiction is where you have a photo and write a scene about the picture in under 250 words. Rebel Ink Press is hosting a Flash Fiction Hop where each of the authors involved has written a scene based on the same photo. I wanted to share with you a scene from my release earlier this year titled- "Second Time's the Charm". This scene takes place after the story ends and before the epilogue. I hope you enjoy my scene and will check out the rest of the Rebel Ink Press authors' Flash Fiction! You have a chance to win $25 in Rebel PDF's. All you have to do is sign up for the newsletter! See the links to the other blogs below! And for stopping and leaving a comment here, I will give away one copy of "Second Time's the Charm" to one random commentor. Enjoy!
Tap, tap, tap. The sound of her shoes on the wooden floor matched the staccato of my heartbeat. Looking at the end of the aisle, a vision in silver stood. Lissa was stunning in her satin gown that flowed around her body, highlighting her curves.
The Graceland Chapel was small but beatifully decorated. Vegas knew how to throw a wedding, I thought as I glanced at Lissa’s gorgeous legs peaking out from under her dress.
Finally I’ll have everything I dreamed of.
The minister cleared his throat as the music began. My eyes found Lissa’s as I noticed the tears glistening in her beautiful green eyes. Watching her walk down the aisle toward me, time slowed to a crawl. It seemed like all my life was leading up to this moment, when my best friend would finally become my wife.
Taking her hand in mine, I kissed her on the cheek.
“You look amazing,” I whispered in her ear.
Lissa’s smile was brighter than the sun as she turned toward the minister who began the wedding ceremony. I could barely
follow what the minister was saying because my thoughts were focused on the vision in front of me. She’s finally mine in all ways, kept running through my mind as tears filled my own eyes. Putting my grandmother’s wedding band on Lissa’s finger cemented our commitment.
“You may kiss the bride,” the minister said and I was finally
able to kiss my wife for the first time.
Today’s grand prize is provided by the home office and comes in the form of $25.00 in Rebel PDF’s, winner’s choice. Simply sign up for our newsletter and you’ll be entered to win:
NEWSLETTER(below the Paws project there’s a blue icon)
Links to other participants:
Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy
Suzzana C Ryan
And lead a comment for a chance to win a copy of "Second Time's the Charm".
Musings from Michigan