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Stephen opened the door before Luce even knocked. His gray shirt was a bit wrinkled and his black knit tie was loosened at the neck.

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  1. Interesting teaser! The cover for this book is quite pretty xD

    Here's my teaser(s) for this week if you're interested in checking it out: http://www.rulethewaves.net/blog/?p=3145

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  2. Another great cover (the previous teaser also had a good one)! This sounds interesting; I intend to look into this author and this series.

    Here's mine: http://thewarriormuse.blogspot.com/2011/12/teaser-tuesday-old-favorite-grafton.html

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  3. This has been sitting in my tbr pile for a while now...i really should get around to reading it!
    Fab teaser, thanks for sharing.

    Here's my TT this week: http://ttoria.blogspot.com

    TToria
    xo

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  4. You chose a great teaser. Amazing how much tension is in those two sentences. Love the cover too.
    My teaser is from Phoenix by Kelly Marshall:
    http://iousex.blogspot.com/2011/12/teaser-tuesday-dec-27.html

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  5. Interesting!

    mine: http://storytreasury.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/teaser-tuesday-kaeleers-heart/

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  6. Haven't read the first, but this one looks interesting. Agree with Li that the cover is pretty awesome.

    check out mine:
    Hotblood by Juliann Whicker

    Ning

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  7. Interesting...he doesn't sound "dressed" for company! lol

    Thanks for sharing...this one sounds like a good one.

    Here's MY TT POST and
    MY WEBSITE

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  8. Intriguing teaser.

    here's mine:

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/12/teaser-tuesday_27.html

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  9. Makes me curious, I want to know more!
    Here's Mine

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  10. Intriguing... One of this days I should pick it up.

    Here's Mine

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