Weekend Writing Warriors – Wishful Thinking

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Welcome friends new and old. I’m going to give you a couple more posts from the story I’ve been sharing. The first draft is finished and I’m in full on edit mode. 🙂

In the Blind (working title), and you can see the past six posts from this WIP here. The Logline: When a head hunter finds her dream lover in a night of pitch black unrestrained passion, she fears she’ll never find him again. Fate steps in and throws the two together, but they might never discover the truth and stay in the blind.

Over the past few weeks I’ve shared Jane’s experience at Club Blind. Last Week their night came to an end. Now, it’s the next day and Jane is talking to her best friend, Anne, on the phone. The first line is Jane’s.

“I can still hear his voice in my head.”

“He talked to you?”

“Yes, it was much more than I expected.”

“Jane.”

“I wish—”

“Jane, stop right there, you are not supposed to fall for this guy, he was your transition guy. Now you know it wasn’t you,  Adam was wrong. I’ll set you up, okay?”

Do you think Jane is going to forget about her mystery man? Don’t worry, I have a plan, but it won’t be easy. You’ll have to come back to find out more. Until then, I hope you enjoyed my eight today. Thank you so much for visiting me, it means a lot to me that you took the time to visit my little place on the web. Don’t forget to check out the other Weekend Warriors and Saturday Spankings too. I hope to see you again next Sunday.

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28 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors – Wishful Thinking

  1. nah, Jane’s hooked in… no going back for her 😉 fab snippet, really natural character interaction and you made it pretty clear, Jane has met the man of her dreams. Whether she knows it or not yet 😉

  2. I love “transition guy.” Haha. I don’t think I’ve ever heard it put that way. But yeah, you aren’t supposed to fall for those one-night stands 😉 It puts a very interesting twist on it. I can’t wait to see what happens.

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