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* Grab your current read.
* Let the book fall open to a random page.
* Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
* You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from…that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
* Please avoid spoilers!

My Teaser:

A slight sound came from the direction of Chloe's office, just behind the reception desk. The door was almost shut. Almost but not quite. "Did you just whimper?"

~ Page 120, The Maverick's Greek Island Mistress - Kelly Hunter


  1. You're away from keyboard? Oh no! Then you'll miss my big giveaway.

  2. So what's all the whimpering about? Haven't read a Harlequin in many years, but I see they're still pretty steamy. Good teaser!

  3. Awesome teaser! I'll have to start reading Harlequins hehe!

    Here's my teaser:

  4. Well now I am indeed curious. My TT:

  5. I'm guessing from the cover ofthe book that Chloe is up to something a bit spicy! Here's my teaser.

  6. Really, a Harlequin romance? Try my teaser and see some real action ;)

  7. Sounds like the temperature might be high in that office LOL

  8. LOL
    You go girl!

    Great teaser.

    Thanks for passing by my TT :)

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  10. I should never type really quickly without looking up to see what I typed before I hit "Enter"! LOL!

    ANYway, I likey this teaser! The picture it puts in one's mind ...

    Thanks for stopping by! You'll LOVE Red Hook Road .. it seriously pulls you in almost at the start!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

  11. Great teaser! My TT from Paranormalcy is here.

    From the Shadows

  12. Great teaser!

    Mine is here:

    I borrowed your Teaser Time graphic (giving you credit, of course). I love it!

  13. Even after what I said in an earlier comment I have to admit that is a great teaser.


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