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When I walk in the front door, I shrug out of my coat and shake the chill from my body. After taking off my boots, I head to the kitchen in stocking feet. I sneak because I hear voices, and that feeling of apprehension has grown so much that the hair on the back of my neck prickles.


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  1. Sounds tense. Wondering if apprehension is the right reaction to the situation, and just what is the situation. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. You've got me wondering what will happen next.

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  3. I love the tag line of the book! It really sounds interesting and I'm going to check it out right now.
    Book Maniac Reviews

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  4. Uh-oh. I wonder where those voices are coming from. It's fun to read something written in present tense, isn't it? The action seems to be more immediate.
    My Tuesday post features WAR BRIDES.

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  5. I'm thinking things at home are tough. What a sad way to live. Several people I know are reading this right now and recommended it to me.
    Here is my TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/10/14/teaser-tuesdays-85-the-memory-closet/

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  6. Great teaser! You have my interest.

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  7. Oooh, sounds a little nerve wracking. I hope everything with this character is okay!

    Here are My Teasers.

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  8. +JMJ+

    I walk around in my stocking feet at home, too--not because I'm sneaking, but because all kinds of shoes make too much noise! Thanks for visiting my blog. =)

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  9. Seems like a good book. I like the Teaser.

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  10. I agree with Laura, feels like things at home are not so happy :/ that, or someone is trying to avoid getting caught sneaking around? Great post!

    Here's mine:
    The Empyrean Key | J.L. Tomlinson

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  11. ooo, got me curious about this - mostly because of the music related tagline.

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