Saturday, May 28, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday: More Glazier


Marie Kincaid is devastated after losing her family in a violent crash…so she runs. One morning, she awakes in an infirmary with total memory loss and a new power: Glazier. The cold frozen mists of Glazier’s instincts enable Marie to embark on a new life free of pain but most importantly free of the past. Heightened senses, accelerated strength,speed, and learning abilities make Marie a perfect candidate to be a spy…also a perfect companion for Henry Tenison, the only other known Glazier. 
Henry, a loner and proud rogue finds his world upended when his connection to Marie is forged. Unsure of how to progress, he endeavors to keep it strictly professional. As far away missions and romantic surroundings entice him into pursuing his deeper desires, he caves. However, Marie’s love changes everything.

Determined to free them both of the spy world and the hold Glazier has over their lives, Henry implements a plot to disappear. However, when things become dangerous in their latest mission and memories of Marie’s past surface suggesting another man…will Henry’s efforts come too late? If Marie remembers her past, will she still want their future?

Six Sentences from Glazier

From Henry Tennison's POV

As I made my way to Abrams office, it was like walking with cinder blocks as shoes. It cut me deep to leave her. Even worse was pretending as if I didn’t love her. Love didn’t begin to touch it. She was the existence I never knew I needed. The night we shared at the cabin would be the pinnacle of my life. 

Glazier releases in just a few weeks. You can purchase it at Amazon and here. 
Check out more Six Sentence Sunday posts here.

So what do you think of Henry? 


  1. Intriguing six! I want to read more.

  2. Thanks Carolynn...thats what I'm looking for. LOL

  3. Of course I dig it! You did a great job! Yo and I know how I stressed over mine! Well done hot momma!

  4. What a great way to do your six! Great job! And very the lone woman shot and the blue-eyed man pic. Nicely done.

  5. @ Sarah..Yippee. I love Henry too.

    @ monique...thanks I know you understand

    @Jacqueline I appreciate you noticing it. It means alot

  6. Love thte six. How Henry gets what he wants?

  7. Intense six! Seems like a dramatic moment.

  8. Great six, Bri! I'm so glad Henry isn't alone anymore.

  9. I love today's six sentences from Henry. It's clear he's suffering. Striking cover too.

  10. This sounds like a fantastic book! Henry sounds like he is a romantic at heart! Can't wait to find out more...

  11. Henry is a reformed scoundrel. Certainly one of my favorite characters to write. On my publishers blog I'm going to do a character interview with him in June.