Grab your current read. Open to a random page. Share two teaser sentences from somewhere on that page.
Be careful not to include spoilers. You don't want to give the book away or ruin the book for others.
Share author and title (and page number) so others can add the book to their TBR list if they like your teaser.
This is my seventh week involved with Teaser Tuesday. I am officially still off line, meaning that for a college class I had to stay away from all things media for three days. This should hopefully mean I got a lot of reading done. But on the bad side, I'm writing this on Friday and saving to to be posted for Tuesday. Hopefully that works.
Anyway, so don't be upset if I don't respond to your comments until Wednesday. :)
This week I'm reading On the Fringe by Courtney Walker King. This book just came out last week. Exciting! This novel is one that I was asked to professionally review. I received the novel from a newspaper organization.
Here is the official goodreads summary:
Claire is struggling to overcome the murder of her childhood friend and secret crush, Daniel. Everyone else seems to be moving on with their lives, but she's still trying to cope. The fact that she finds herself alone and drowning on her 16th birthday isn't helping.
Neither is thinking she sees Daniel's face in murky water as she mysteriously resurfaces. But something happened during those four and a half minutes that will make her realize it was not just her imagination.
As Claire and Daniel try to grasp a possible reconnection, other grudge-holding beings have plans of their own. Now, the two of them have to decide if their fleeting relationship is worth the possibility of Claire being trapped on the fringe forever.
Beautifully told, On the Fringe intertwines fresh ideas about devotion, revenge, and the consequences that come with life and death.
Here is my Teaser Sentence: "Stay away from her," I warned, trying to act like I actually had some way of following through. But the ghost only smiled at my bluff, staring at me while fading out, never looking away until he was gone. ~pg 54
I've mentioned this book on here a lot lately. But I hope you enjoyed this post!
Have you read this yet? If so, I'll be impressed. What's your Teaser Tuesday post this week?
As always, leave your link and I'll check it out.