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I've decided to keep with the scene I started last week. I had a heck of a time remembering if this was a snippet I'd posted yet or not. I've searched and I can't find it, so, crossing my fingers I haven't. This part of the original scene that eventually made it into the revision, because I liked it. The description of the hero as seen through the heroine's eyes. This picks up right where last week's left off.
He stood leaning a shoulder against the door frame, arms folded across his chest. God, he hadn’t changed a bit. He towered over her; the top of her head barely reached his shoulder. He’d spent the last twenty years in the United States Army and every inch of him was honed to perfection. His white T-shirt clung to his upper torso like a second skin, showcasing the well-defined muscle that lay beneath. His faded jeans hugged his lean hips and muscular thighs, metal identification tags hanging on a chain around his neck.
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