Dec 7, 2010

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly blog post by MizB over at Should Be Reading.

Still reading Cheyenne McCray's Vampires Not Invited! Really liking it, just have too much on my mind lately to really enjoy it like I should. Things aren't super hectic but enough to put a cramp into my reading.
Teaser Tuesday Rules:
1. Grab your current read
2. Open to a page
3. Pick out 2 lines that are SPOILER FREE
4. Name the title, author, etc.

"The three of us looked at the rags he was wearing to see how he could possibly be carrying a phone. Olivia and Adam both seemed to be at a loss for words. The bigger surprise was Olivia not having something to say." p 125

TITLE: Vampires Not Invited
Cheyenne McCray
Paranormal Romance
November 30, 2010


  1. Okay, that one piqued my interest!

    Here's mine:

  2. I can't wait to read this book. I love the teaser you chose :) Hope things slow down a little for you so you can enjoy your books again. Here's my teaser

  3. Love the teaser! This book is already on my wishlist. I love the series but am a couple of books behind. I have two teasers this week. My YA teaser is from Trickster's Girl by Hilari Bell and my adult teaser is from Wolfsbane by Patricia Briggs. Happy reading!

  4. Ha! I like this narrator already:) Great teaser, I'll have to look this series up, I'm always up for a good vampire paranormal romance:)

  5. Definitely interested - love the title of this book too!

    My teaser this week is from Fallout - also hosting a giveaway for this book :-)

  6. Here is my teaser from Witchgrass: A Pipe Dream by Dave Wilkinson (Page 1):

    Most gardeners hate witchgrass. Of all weeds it is one of the most persistent and adaptable. Any small piece of rhizome left in the soil can become an aggressive plant ready to take over the plot. Witchgrass is hard to pull. Roots are deep, and break off easily. Any part left in the ground will grow again. Farmers say the species isn't even good as hay, not as good as timothy or alfalfa. Some call it quickgrass.

    Early New England colonists blamed evil people for this garden invader. In the seventeenth century villagers would speak this way:

    "The surly woman living alone on her dead husband's estate. She goes into the woods and consorts with the Devil. Signs his book. Fornicates with him. Eats mushrooms. She and the Devil send witchgrass to harass the virtuous and the Godly. Let us hang this witch and seize her rich farm."

  7. Good one! I love the title. My teaser is from Across the Universe, and I'm giving away a pair of romances, too!


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