Well I’m up to the 13th one of these… hopefully nobody is feeling superstitious. 🙂
Once again this six is taken from my current WIP “The Grandfather’s Blades”. This week is a little scene between Craven, my main character, and Kazza, who runs a brothel in the city.
“Thank you, it’d mean a lot to me, I know what it’s like to have your world turned upside down.”
Kazza looked at him, an unusual expression on her face. “I never imagined you having a soft heart.”
“But you have imagined me, eh?”
She crossed her arms over her chest. “And we’re right back to being shallow.”
In my view this scene needs a some work. I am not really happy with the “unusual expression” phrase. So if any one of you can think of a more showing way of describing her expression I would absolutely value the input.
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