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Thomas knew the moment Amber Sterlington entered Almack's ballroom. Not because he was watching the door, or because someone spoke her name. The reason Thomas Richards knew when Miss Sterlington entered the room was because every gentleman straightened his bearing and turned his head in her direction. Simultaneously, the women in the room either narrowed their eyes or raised their chin a fraction of an inch in the feminine version of the same response. Amber Sterlington was the Rage of the Season, after all, and in the space of a glance and a breath, the room changed by her arrival.


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  1. I love the cover! I like the intro you shared. I'm curious to know more about this Amber. I had to follow your link to see what the book is about--what an interesting premise! Definitely one I will be looking into further.

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  2. Those were amazing reactions to her entrance! Great cover, too. Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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  3. A good start but I'd need a little bit more to be sure... Amber looks like she's going to have a good time though ;-) Here is my Tuesday post https://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress.com/2015/03/17/tuesday-first-chapter-first-paragraph-march-17/

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  4. I like that intro and would want to read more. Thanks for joining us.

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  5. Humm. I'd have to read on a bit to be sure. I'm on the fence based on the opening.

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  6. Nice cover and intro, but I'm not sure this is my kind of book. Hope you enjoy it:)

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  7. Lovely cover and that dress looks gorgeous. Hope you're enjoying this one.

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  8. For some reason the cover seems so sad to me. Just a feeling of sadness as she sits looking at London. I will definitely look for this one

    My Tease

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  9. With a gorgeous dress like that I would be turning my head too ha ha!

    My Teaser

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  10. Lovely cover. Wondering how she handles her loss of social status. Finding unconditional love though is a much better reward.

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  11. I don't think the women were pleased with her appearance.

    Mine: https://storytreasury.wordpress.com/2015/03/16/teaser-tuesday-the-color-purple/

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  12. I really liked the excerpt tease, especially this line: "the room changed by her arrival."

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  13. Nice cover and tease, I would be interested.

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  14. Love the cover. Great teaser! It's been a while since I've read a good historical romance.

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  15. This sounds good and I really like that cover.

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  16. I like both the cover and the intro. It has been too long since I read an English Romance and followed the "Rage of the Season." Hope its a good read for you.

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  17. Such a lovely cover. This sounds like one I'd enjoy. I had a friend who evoked those reactions. She was unaware of it for the most part. Sweet and funny. I miss her. Lost track when I moved.

    My TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2015/03/17/teaser-tuesdays-106-confess-by-colleen-hoover/

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  18. Lol! Love that. I can picture that whole scene!

    Trish - my teaser

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  19. nice cover and teaser

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  20. I'll have to read the book because I'd love to know what makes her special.

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  21. Great excerpt. I love the cover, it has a great sense of place.

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  22. Nice teaser. Really sets the stage.

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