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"Maybe tomorrow Agatha or Gwendolyn will leave some milk in their porridge bowls and I can give you a treat." He rubbed against her side. "Speaking of treats, I'm dying of thirst." Max twisted on the bed and pawed at the burlap sack. "Yes, I know I should practice." She put her hands on her hips. "Is it too much to ask if I have a small sip of water first?"

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  1. Uh ... is Max a cat or a guy who just doesn't have much to say?? Just kidding -- I love your teaser.
    My Teaser is from HOLLYWOOD BEGINNINGS.

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  2. Interesting teaser! My teaser is from a mystery this week.

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  3. I definitely think that drinking should come before practice or exercise! I love the cover for this book but sometimes I don't like it when fairy tales are revisited! Thanks for sharing :) I'm an old follower!
    My Teaser
    Juli @ Universe in Words

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  4. Hmm, wonder what that's all about? I'm definitely curious....

    Here's MY TUESDAY MEMES POST

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  5. Tee hee, Cinderella Ninja Warrrior! This one looks really fun! Hope you're enjoying it so far!
    Thanks for stopping by My TT!
    Happy Tuesday!

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  6. I've seen this around but I haven't read it because I think it's part of a series or interactive? I can't remember.

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  7. A captivating teaser and cover.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/09/teaser-tuesday_18.html

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  8. Ninja maid work can be thirsty, eh?

    Hey, something's changed. I actually get to see your graphics now. Yay!

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  9. Oh sounds really interesting! I do love a fairytale twist!
    I will definitely be checking it out :)

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  10. The title sounds interesting, good teaser! Check out my TT @ This Is How It's Supposed To Be

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  11. Interesting teaser and I think the cover is really pretty.

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  12. Great teaser, it has my attention!

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  13. The title alone is a great teaser....

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  14. Wow, fun title! I'm gonna have to check this one out :)

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice!

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