Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about HONOR #RSsos #RomSuspense


The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines from their work every Sunday. This week’s theme is HONOR. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about HONOR for a great start to the week.


Such an honor to be in the presence of a man who knew exactly who he was, and treated every other being with respect.

Kathryn Jane


Wilkesbury recently had the distinguished honor to be named one of the top five saddest rust belt cities.

Marian Lanouette


“’Tis an act of peace you’re committing. An act of redemption and honor.”

 Sharon Wray


“Nevertheless, we have to go back. It’s all about honor and integrity. You can pay with your dollar, exactly what you should’ve done in the first place.”

Vicki Batman


He’d honored the SEAL mantra when any of his men were injured, even if it endangered his own life. No man left behind.

Jacquie Biggar


Over his head, a large bird swooped and soared as though he’d willed it into action. The man honored the bird…

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3 thoughts on “Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about HONOR #RSsos #RomSuspense

  1. Oooh, a marvelous prompt, Jacquie. Loved your line.
    Not the same kind of honor, but… Here’s mine from “Atonement, Tennessee,” the heroine’s first meeting with what turns out to be a suprenatural florist.

    “Oh, here. Let me get you a tip,” I started to excuse myself, and then realized that he was already standing inside. When had he gotten inside? I must have been really flustered to have let him get past the front door. Yet I honestly couldn’t remember him stepping over the threshold. It was very bewildering.

    “No, no,” he said in a happy tone, waiving his hand. “I’m the shop owner. It wouldn’t be proper for you to tip me. Allow me the honor,” he said with a playful expression and a half bow. “Where can I set these?”

    Happy Canada Day!

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