Teaser Tuesday!


MizB @ Should Be Reading hosts Teaser Tuesday every week at her blog! This gives everyone the opportunity to share a few lines from a new book they're reading or one of their old favorites.

Here are the rules for Teaser Tuesday!
1. Grab your current read.
2. Let the book fall open to a random page.
3. Share two teaser sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
4. Share the title of the book that the “teaser” comes from, so people can find the book if they like the teaser.
5. PLEASE avoid spoilers.

Next week I will be participating in the FIRST blog tour for The Bride Backfire (Book 2, Prairie Promises) by Kelly Eileen Hake. Here's a preview of the book...stop back later in the week for a chapter from the book!

The Bride Backfire (Book 2, Prairie Promises)
by Kelly Eileen Hake
Copyright 2009
Barbour Publishers
286 pages
ISBN: 978-1-60260-176-5
Fiction/Christian/Romance



Teaser from page 163:

"Opal froze for a second. 'I only have a couple weeks to convince Adam to become my husband?'

'No. He's already your husband.' Midge nudged her out of the way so she could sprinkle the salt. 'You just have to convince him to act like it.' "

Be sure to visit Miz B!!!!

Comments

  1. Ooooo...nice teaser! I can't wait to read this...I need to go get it from my sister right away! :)

    Thanks for sharing,
    ~ Lori

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  2. Sounds like quite a book!

    Thanks for sharing. :)

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  3. I have this book on my nightstand waiting to be read! Here is my teaser.

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  4. You don't play fair...you don't just get me to put just one book on my wish list. Nope, you gotta get me to put a whole series on my list! ;)

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  5. That was too funny. Great teaser pick, have a great week :)

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