Weekend Writing Warriors – Love is a Masterpiece 6

Welcome friends, followers, and Weekend Writing Warriors!

Continuing with sentences from ‘Love is a Masterpiece’ this week. We’re learning a bit more about what the tunnel of love means to the couples waiting in line…


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“I hope Frigga blesses us all,” Faith said. “There are other things that matter more than the sentimental gifts. She judges the love in the couple, doesn’t she? I think that’s our best hope. Julian and I love each other so much. If the goddess is pleased she’ll preserve our love forever in its full beauty.”

Cassandra kept her mouth shut. What if Frigga judged Julian and Faith’s love strong but fleeting, and decreed they should face a loveless marriage sooner rather than later?

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12 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors – Love is a Masterpiece 6

  1. ldsmith1818 says:

    I love how this snippet twists you. At the start you feel hopeful about it, then by the end, you’re worrying about the outcome of the blessing by the goddess! Great job!


  2. I like the difference of view between Cassandra and Faith, interesting setting. Faith wears her name well.


  3. historysleuth1 says:

    Very interesting concept for your story. Can you imagine if a relationship was really decided by that? Oh wait. Yes you can. 🙂 Right away I thought of the boys I went through one of those rides with as a teenager. I wonder what gift she will give the goddess?


  4. Gemma Parkes says:

    What if, indeed! Time will tell if this is to be the case. I am enjoying these snippets!


  5. I’m beginning to get some idea of the society.


  6. Fascinating about this goddess and their beliefs. Can’t wait for more, excellent excerpt!


  7. Michelle says:

    Really interesting with lots of possibilities!!!


  8. What an interesting world you have created. Can’t wait to read more. 🙂


  9. caitlinstern says:

    And now we finally get a hint about what they’re doing! I can see why Cassandra was so keen to escape–it sounds like the goddess’ gifts are irrevocable–and double-edged.


  10. Lynn Crain says:

    Nice snippet. Thanks for sharing your 8.


  11. Heather Boyd says:

    Interesting… Nice peek into two different views.


  12. A fascinating dilemma there.


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