Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Teaser Tuesdays: Dreaming of the Wolf

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  • "Dreaming of the Wolf" [Werewolf Series, Book 8] by Terry Spear

    Book Teaser:
    "Oh, yeah, she and her mother have been coming here for years. Skiing, ice skating, hiking, you name it." Then the waitress leaned down lower and said conspiratorially, "She's mixed up with some bad types, and nobody but nobody wants to associate with them--or her. Let's just say it can lead to a dead end." She gave a little shrug.
    "Bad types?"
    The waitress rolled her eyes. "Mob ties." ~ within Chapter 1



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    2 comments :

    1. Love the teaser. I've got 2 Terry Spear books just waiting to be read.


      My TT: A Touch of Crimson by Sylvia Day

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    2. Interesting tease. Looks like a book worth checking out!

      Here's mine: Mom Reads My Books!

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