Weekend Writing Warriors – No More Surprises

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Welcome friends old and new. I’m glad you came. This week I’m sharing 8 more from my WIP, In the Blind. I hope you enjoy.

In the Blind (working title), and you can see the past 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 many weeks I’ve shared Jane’s experience at Club Blind and her business opportunity that put her back in touch with Rob after they met last month. Rob isn’t keen on Jane’s job opportunity. It’s for the company his ex-wife works for. Last Post Rob explained why he kept his ring on after the divorce. He wasn’t missing his wife. He needed to forgive himself for his part in the failed promise. This week, I’ve skipped a few paragraphs. Rob finally told Jane about Gina working at Keller’s AND he’s asked her out. Go Rob. The first line is his.

“So, you’re okay with this?”

“It’s a lot to take in, but I still think you’re the best candidate for Keller. If you’re sure, then I am too. Besides, my business could really use the connection.”

“Alright, it’s settled. Let’s go charm Keller, and then I’ll take you out.”

“No more surprises, right?” she said with her eye brows raised.

“I’ve got none left in my pocket, should I take a peek in yours?”

Oh! Wish I could share Jane’s response. No more surprises, right? <If you want, you can Tweet That> Jane needs to direct that question at herself. But I’ll save that for later.

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 Warriorsand Saturday Spankings too.

25 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors – No More Surprises

  1. I LOVE the last line (it really should be two sentences to give it more punch, but I like his teasing). Great snippet, SJ. 🙂

  2. I like that they’re comfortable and using humor in the situation. I hope they’re prepared when surprises come…which I’m sure will happen. Great snippet as always, SJ!

  3. I’m somehow not reassured that there aren’t more surprised to come LOL, on both sides! Really enjoying this story, glad you’ve given us more of it – terrific snippet!

  4. I foresee plenty more surprises to come. Love the last line. However, there is one thing that I’m confused about. I thought that SHE was the one with the job opportunity? So why was she saying that she still thought that HE was the best candidate? Maybe it’s explained better in the parts you’ve skipped, but I’ve lost track of who is applying for what, here…

    • Hi, Isabella and thanks. Jane’s the head hunter. She’s the one that brought the job opportunity to Rob. I think I explained that in one of the first snippets, but that was sometime ago.

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