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Teaser Tuesday


* 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:

He tipped her head back under the water, and her hands came up to rinse the shampoo. With her back arched and her arms raised, her breasts tilted to the ceiling.

~ Page 328: Beg for Mercy - Jami Alden (TOURS JUNE 13)


  1. Oooh sounds like something naughty is going to happen....

  2. That certainly sounds...sensual. Enjoy the read!

    Thanks for coming by my teaser!

  3. Sounds hot! Thanks for stopping by :)

  4. Hey! New follower! This sounds really good. Check out ours at Under The Covers

  5. I was just wishing the other day that I had someone to give me a shoulder rub in the shower!

    Here's mine:

  6. Hmmm...sounds like things are gonna get heated soon!

    Thanks for stopping by my teaser :)

  7. It sounds like something fun & entertaining about to happen except that since it's p. 328 of "Beg for Mercy" which sounds like a mystery/thriller makes me think this might be a nasty scene. I hope not! It's definitely riveting. Good teaser choice!

    Amy's Tuesday teaser

  8. Sounds like a steamy one, but after Amy's comment I'm a little worried.

  9. Whoa, that sounds rather steamy! Hope you are enjoying the book.

  10. Oooo steamy indeed. I wonder what happens next ;)

  11. Sounds steamy!!! Great teaser. Thanks for stopping by The Wormhole. Happy reading.

  12. Hmmm, in the shower? now is this when the begging for mercy title comes in, that could be a good beg or your last beg. which i wonder.

  13. I'm begging you to CONTINUE!

    And then what happened???!!!

  14. Naughty Naughty!! Now that is a tease...:D

  15. Sounds sexy... and like there is the potential for her to be pushed under the water. Nice tease!

    Thanks for visiting my vampire teaser.

  16. Good teaser! Steamy but ominous, too.


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