Sunday, September 4, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

This week's Six Sentence Sunday is taken from Handcuffs & Silk by Mary Quast.


Hunter moved into the other room and lay still on the bed with his arms at his sides, silently waiting when Steph walked into the room. His eyes focused on the ceiling, his erection jutting upward, and she thought his nakedness a tribute to the gods or a meal spread out just for her. Dropping her purse, she straddled him, forcing his cock to lay between her and his belly.

“You have the right to remain silent.” She clamped a handcuff roughly onto a wrist and raised both arms over his head to hook around the headboard rails then attached the remaining cuff to his free wrist. “Anything you say can and will be used against you for my pleasure.”


As a professional artist, Mary Quast answered the call to express herself creatively. With her descriptive writing style she has developed a knack for creating passionate characters and realistic settings. These features are prominent in her published novels of the "Soul Series" and in the books she currently writes for Decadent Publishing's 1 Night Stand series.

5 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

I love the line she uses. Great six!

Kallypso Masters said...

OMG, I'll never hear the Miranda rights again without thinking of this scene! Great Six, Mary!

Cara McKenna said...

Damn, now there's an excerpt!

Suzie Quint said...

Gives a whole new meaning to being read your rights. And I suspect he ain't gonna remain silent.;)

Savanna Kougar said...

“Anything you say can and will be used against you for my pleasure.” ~ What a perfect and fabtastic line.