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I pulled on leather bike gloves, grabbed my keys from the dish by the door and left the loft, waving goodbye to Jinx on the way out. Heat blasted me as I stepped into the stairwell that led down the street.


  1. The cover let us know that the story is dark, doesn't it? Your teaser makes me wonder what's going to happen next.
    My teaser is from Deadly Pleasures.

  2. Ahh, I know how that heat feels (I'm from Arizona). here is mine: Mom Reads My Books

  3. I like snippets that set the scene...I can feel the build-up. Thanks for sharing...and here's MY TUESDAY MEMES POST

  4. Great cover and teaser.

  5. Very descriptive teaser, and at first glance, the cover actually made me think of you, LOL!

  6. Hmmm... that teaser makes me wonder where she's headed (and to do what!). Nice pick!

    Thanks for visiting my blog today!

  7. Wow! That cover is enough of a teaser all by itself! I'll have to check into this book!

    Here's mine:


  8. Very descriptive scene! It has my interest.

  9. Good teaser, and I love the cover.

  10. Wow! Those boots on the cover are something! Is this a fantasy novel?

  11. I love that name Jinx. Great teaser. Here’s my Teaser Teaser

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  12. Loving those boots! Not that I could ever pull them off, but still lol. Excellent teaser, I hadn't heard of this so I'll be checking it out for sure!

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice :)

  13. Great cover. I have not seen this series before. Here is my teaser:


  14. Great teaser! I haven’t read this one before, but I’m definitely checking it out now! Thank you so much for sharing and adding to my TBR pile! :)

    Here’s mine:


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