It's weekend, and time for more Rainbow Snippets! The Rainbow Snippets group on Facebook asks its members to share six sentence snippets from their work each weekend. Check out the group's Facebook page to read all the snippets and add lots of great books to your TBR. You'll find all sorts of books with the common thread that the main character identifies as LGBTQ.
With it finally beginning to look like spring (the daffodils are blooming!) even if it doesn't quite feel springlike most days, I felt like sharing a spring snippet, and this scene from The Envoy's Honor came to mind. The Envoy's Honor is an adversaries to lovers dragon shifter romance, and at this point in the story, Griffen and Kirill absolutely do not trust each other...but they are attracted to each other. This snippet is from Griffen's point of view.
He should go home, and he’d known it even before he saw Kirill sitting on a bench surrounded by blue irises--before the sight of him there in the sunshine, surrounded by flowers, took his breath. Kirill was alone, but he hadn’t been for long--Romilly was walking away from him, back toward the guest wing of the palace. Neither of them had noticed Griffen, and he had a moment to decide whether he should turn and walk away before Kirill did. Well, if he wanted to be sensible, he absolutely should walk away, and he should be sensible.
He wasn’t going to be sensible.