Thursday, April 9, 2009

Love Scene Discussion Day 3 Recap

Day 3 Recap:


So your goal was to write a scene where the hero and heroine kiss WITHOUT using the word "kiss" in the paragraph. Even if you did not share it could you do it?


What words did you use to describe the mouth, lips, tongue?


Here are some examples that you may have come up with:

  • captured her lips with his
  • took her mouth with hungry urgency
  • tasted her sweetness
  • sipped from her lips
  • tongue darting inside her mouth
  • entangled with hers
  • his tongue found hers
  • reclaimed her mouth
  • sweet invasion
You get the idea. :-)

Here is my rough example from my WIP:

“Uh, Gilly.”

“Hm,” she answered, flicking her tongue against the flat brown disc of his nipple. The quiver that rippled through him sent shivers over her body. With her free arm, she reached her hand up and entwined her fingers in his silky black hair, and tugged his head down. When his face was within an inch of hers, she leaned up and met his mouth with hers. The gentle, warm nature of their embrace was intoxicating. Lucas parted his lips and her tongue darted out, teased, and explored the taste of him. When his tongue tangled with hers a hungry urgency to claim him invaded her senses. When he pulled back and peered down at her, she was breathless and his chest was heaving.

4 comments:

Ceri Hebert April 9, 2009 at 8:23 AM  

Awesome job! Very steamy. Can't wait to get home so I can get some writing done. I'm feeling very inspired.

Ceri Hebert April 9, 2009 at 8:23 AM  
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Denise April 9, 2009 at 8:26 AM  

Ha! Thanks, Ceri. Glad you are inspired.

Actually, all of this is inspiring me to write too. I think my WIP will be happy about that.

D

Ceri Hebert April 9, 2009 at 8:41 AM  

Well a happy wip means a happy writer. While I don't struggle too much with making a good love scene I find it more difficult to make sure the romance is in there. After all, that's what it's all about.

Great. Now I want to be at home writing.

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