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Teaser Tuesday: March 3rd

Happy Tuesday, Happy March!  Just finished The Winter Foundlings (see my teaser from last week here) last night, as well as Gone Girl finally too this week!  So today I thought I would tease my next read that I will be starting tonight! I’m a bit behind meeting some release dates – but better late than never!  It’s See Her Run by A.K. Leigh and it released 2/26/15.

“Jon felt himself grin.  Clever. Like the way she’s figured out how to cut the roses by herself.  Chris followed her into the room and closed the door behind them.  A thought seized him; were they together?  Another one followed: why did he care?”
(22% into book)

What do you think?  Excited to get started!  Thanks for stopping by today – please leave your teaser in the comments!

Book Description:

You can run from everything except your past.

Diana King has moved to Smithfield, North Carolina to start fresh. With a

new look, a new address and a new name, she’s hoping to begin a safe,

quiet life far from the horrors she’s endured.

On the painful road to recovery, Diana begins to think she can move

forward…until she meets local farmer, Jonathan Smith, and realizes his

connection to her previous life. While Jon doesn’t recognize her, they both

have an undeniable attraction.

Just when Diana begins to see a hope of happiness, she discovers that her

ex-husband Russ is on the hunt and will stop at nothing to get her back.

For Diana holds evidence that could lock him away for life …

 

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Book Review: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Gone Girl (click on book or see below for description)
By Gillian Flynn
Released: 6/5/12
Hardcopy book provided by my lovely sister-in-law!

Rating: 4 bones

I did it!  I finally read the book that everyone in the world read and that many books I’ve recently read have been compared to!  And I get it.  This book does give other books a pretty high standard to live up to on the craziness scale.  All the hype had me almost disappointed as this is a pretty long book, but the ending sealed the deal.

I think I’ll keep this short as you can read through the other 36,892 (and counting) reviews on Amazon or 101,176 on Goodreads!  Definitely  a thrilling story with a lot of mystery as to what will happen next and even what is happening as you are reading.  You will shift your alliances (if you even make any) at various times through the book, find yourself holding your breath at others, and maybe even not wanting to see what is next at times too.  I haven’t gone through this wide of emotions in a book in a long time.  And while this book is also pretty long, I couldn’t wait to keep reading and it definitely held my interest.  And the ending, well I’ll just say I want MORE (and had to re-read it a few times!)

I’m not much for movies made from books, I always feel a bit disappointed, but since this one is a recent release – I’m going to go for it.  What did you think if you’ve both read and seen?  I’ve stayed away from reviews so far – but on my “to-watch” list this weekend – so I’ll see!

Ok – I know this review was very vague (not my usual style) but I’m going to leave it that way.  I went in pretty blind (other than other books I’ve read recently be compared to it – like The Girl on the Train) and think it added to the excitement and my enjoyment of the story.  If you’re looking for a good ride with lots of twists and that will keep your mind spinning, this book is for you! Check!

Book Description:

On a warm summer morning in North Carthage, Missouri, it is Nick and Amy Dunne’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick’s clever and beautiful wife disappears. Husband-of-the-Year Nick isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams about the slope and shape of his wife’s head, but passages from Amy’s diary reveal the alpha-girl perfectionist could have put anyone dangerously on edge. Under mounting pressure from the police and the media—as well as Amy’s fiercely doting parents—the town golden boy parades an endless series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. Nick is oddly evasive, and he’s definitely bitter—but is he really a killer? 

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Teaser Tuesday: February 24th

A bit late this Tuesday – but settling back in from a quick weekend trip to “warmer” GA – still not super warm for their standards – but I’ll take it over our “extreme cold” up here by the lake!

Actually still trucking through Gone Girl – so today I thought I’d try to find one for a book that releases TODAY (that I have yet to start!)   The Winter Foundlings by Kate Rhodes (provided by NetGalley).  Apparently book # 3 in the Alice Quenin Series (which I’ll admit I didn’t realize and haven’t read the 1st 2 – oops!  Hope it’s a good standalone book!!)

“Kicking and beating the ice made no difference; the solid wall of cold refused to break.  All I could do was hurl myself at it, like the inmate I’d seen, bouncing from the walls of his padded cell.  None of my efforts worked – the child was fading, her pale blue mouth gasping for air.”
(31% into book)

A bit of a dark one today…what do you think?  Sound like an intriguing book?  Please leave your teaser in the comments and thanks for stopping by!

Book Description:

Psychologist Alice Quentin has been looking forward to a break from her hectic London life. She has vowed to stay clear of police work. The previous cases she helped the police with have left her scarred. So, when Alice is given the rare opportunity to study treatment methods at Northwood high-security hospital outside of London, she is eager to get to work.

But then a young girl is discovered, dressed all in white, on the steps of the Foundling Museum. Four girls have recently gone missing in North London—this is the third to be found, dead. The fourth may still be alive, and Alice Quentin may be able to help. Britain’s most prolific child killer, Louis Kinsella, has been locked up in Northwood for over a decade. Yet, these recent kidnappings and murders are clearly connected to Kinsella’s earlier crimes. It seems that someone is continuing where he left off. So, when Detective Don Burns comes asking for Alice’s help, how can she refuse? Alice will do anything to help save a child—even if that means forming a relationship with a charismatic, ruthless murderer. But Kinsella is slow to give away his secrets, and time is running out for the latest kidnap victim, who is simply trying to survive. In her quest to save a life, Alice finds she has put her own life on the line.

The Winter Foundling is Kate Rhode’s exciting thriller featuring Alice Quentin following Crossbones Yard and A Killing of Angels.

 

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Teaser Tuesday: February 17th

Hello – blogging from negative temperatures up here along beautiful, frozen, Lake Erie!  Allowing me a bit more time to read (only as much as 2 young children will allow though!) Last week I finished Follow the Leader from my teaser last week – great book – 5 bones – check it out!

I’m actually (embarrassed to admit) reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn right now – you may have heard of it.  Due to its extreme popularity, I’m choosing my teaser from a book I finished last week – Wreckage by Emily Bleeker.  One of February’s Kindle First reads.  Great, fast read.  Check out my review HERE if this teaser intrigues you!

 “The hope that flashed in Genevieve’s eyes annoyed Lillian.  She’d seen it in dozens of interviews.  The worst moment of her life became a reporter’s hope for career advancement.”
(9% into book)

Thanks for coming by today – stay warm wherever you are!!

Book Description:

Lillian Linden is a liar. On the surface, she looks like a brave survivor of a plane crash. But she’s been lying to her family, her friends, and the whole world since rescue helicopters scooped her and her fellow survivor, Dave Hall, off a deserted island in the South Pacific. Missing for almost two years, the castaways are thrust into the spotlight after their rescue, becoming media darlings overnight. But they can’t tell the real story—so they lie.

The public is fascinated by the castaways’ saga, but Lillian and Dave must return to their lives and their spouses. Genevieve Randall—a hard-nosed journalist and host of a news program—isn’t buying it. She suspects Lillian’s and Dave’s explanations about the other crash survivors aren’t true. And now, Genevieve’s determined to get the real story, no matter how many lives it destroys.

In this intriguing tale of survival, secrets, and redemption, two everyday people thrown together by tragedy must finally face the truth…even if it tears them apart.

 

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Book Review: Wreckage by Emily Bleeker


Wreckage (click on book or see below for description)
By Emily Bleeker
Releases 3/1/15
February Kindle First Read

Rating: 4 bones

Very excited to see some great choices (by my own personal preference of course) on this month’s Kindle First picks, after taking a few months off.  And it appears that Prime members can now take advantage of TWO choices – so maybe another one coming this month!  This one did not disappoint.

Very fast read with an interesting story line.  Like many other books, this one switches between past and present and two different narrators.  First is Lillian.  Mother of two, wife to Jerry, companion to her mother-in-law, Margaret, on a trip she won to the South Pacific, for what she hopes is a relaxing getaway.  Then there is Dave.  Public Relations man for the company sponsoring the giveaway trip, escaping a rocky part of his marriage to Beth, not happily along for the ride.

The story begins aboard a prop plane taking the group to their next destination in their two-week trip.  Along for the ride are Lillian, Dave, Margaret, Theresa (flight attendant), and Kent (pilot.)  The plane crashes in the middle of the ocean and after a grueling few days, the survivors find land and most of the story takes place on that island.

But just what took place on that island?  And why do they need to lie about it?  Who are they trying to protect? Many details are revealed when a nosy reporter scores an interview with Lillian and then Dave.  She has her own theory, only to be revealed later, and definitely her own personal interests/aspirations at heart.  So the story goes between the details revealed during the interview and the real story of “David & Lily.”

Reminiscent of Castaway, only with more people to make this story even more dramatic.   I couldn’t wait to find out what they were hiding and what really happened.  And what drove me the most crazy is – who was Paul?  I had my theories and seriously had to go back and make sure I didn’t miss something because his name was brought up a lot!  But it was eventually revealed and it was what I was hoping it wasn’t.  No spoilers and not sure if that even makes sense, I was just so invested, I found myself wanting certain things for the characters.  But the anticipation just added to my overall enjoyment of this book.

Can they keep up the charade/lie?  What would you do? You’ll have to wait and see! And if you are like me, it will have you contemplating what you would do and trying to understand their choices.  The ending definitely could have taken a few different turns and I had no idea which way it would go until the very end.  I’ll just say it was satisfying, but had me wondering what if?  (You could ask that either way – again just read it to find out!)

Pick up this book if you’re in the market for a quick read with lots of twists that will keep you very engaged!  Thank you Amazon Prime/Kindle First!

Book Description:

Lillian Linden is a liar. On the surface, she looks like a brave survivor of a plane crash. But she’s been lying to her family, her friends, and the whole world since rescue helicopters scooped her and her fellow survivor, Dave Hall, off a deserted island in the South Pacific. Missing for almost two years, the castaways are thrust into the spotlight after their rescue, becoming media darlings overnight. But they can’t tell the real story—so they lie.

The public is fascinated by the castaways’ saga, but Lillian and Dave must return to their lives and their spouses. Genevieve Randall—a hard-nosed journalist and host of a news program—isn’t buying it. She suspects Lillian’s and Dave’s explanations about the other crash survivors aren’t true. And now, Genevieve’s determined to get the real story, no matter how many lives it destroys.

In this intriguing tale of survival, secrets, and redemption, two everyday people thrown together by tragedy must finally face the truth…even if it tears them apart.

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Book Review: Follow the Leader by Mel Sherratt


Follow the Leader (click on book or see below for description)
By Mel Sherratt
Release Date: 2/10/15
Downloaded through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 5 bones

Great book.  Finished it in 2 days and even was so into it, I read during the day (which I usually can’t find time for!)  My only complaint, I have to wait for the next book.  This book reminded me of why I usually don’t read series.  I get too invested in the characters and then have to WAIT for the next book in this case.  I hadn’t read the previous one, which I may now go back and do, but I definitely didn’t feel it was necessary to enjoy the book.  I’m guessing it would have given some back story as to Allie’s marriage, what happened to Karen, and another cases the team had worked on together that was mentioned a few times, but it didn’t take away from the story at all, it just left me wanting MORE!

The book switches between narrators and time periods a lot, but is very easy to follow who is speaking and if it was a flashback.  There were a lot of characters and it was fun trying to figure out how they were going to fit into the whole puzzle.  This book was different in that we, the readers, knew the killer right off the bat.  As the story progresses we learn the why behind what he is doing and how each victim fits into the puzzle.  And when I keep saying puzzle, it is a game to him, as shown with the magnetic letters he leaves behind with each victim, and then title of this book.  You’ll be singing “Knick-Knack Paddy Wack, Give a Dog a Bone” a lot while you read it!

On the other side, there is Detective Allie Shenton and her team working round the clock to catch this guy.  I guess she is the main character in the series.  Her sister Karen, who is now in some sort of hospital unable to communicate, was attacked many years prior and she constantly is trying to catch the guy who hurt her, as well as work her current cases.  I’m guessing this will be common theme through this whole series.

I don’t want to say it was predictable, but I kind of had it figured out where it was going.  There was a date and time referenced a few times throughout the book, January 16th at 10:53am, when everything would be over, and the book takes place in the two weeks preceding.  But how we get there kept me guessing.  And it was odd that in a weird twisted way the author made the killer so real that I felt for him and actually wanted things to go a little differently at the end!  But great action packed ending!

It covered a darker topic that was at times tough to read, but it was done just so well.  Definitely some life lessons in there too; to not always “follow the leader” and realize your words and actions do have an impact that you may not even know.  I really enjoyed this book and know you will too!  Check out a teaser here, and get your hands on this book, I’m so glad I did!  And I will definitely be checking out other current and future titles from Ms. Sherratt!

Thanks to NetGalley and Amazon Publishing for allowing me to preview!

Book Description:

A man’s body is found on a canal towpath. In his pocket, a magnetic letter in the shape of an E.

Days later, a second victim is found, this time with the letter V tucked into her clothing.

As the body count rises, the eerie, childlike clues point to a pattern that sends DS Allie Shenton and her colleagues into full alert.

The race is on. Allie and the team must work quickly to determine where the killer will strike next. The rules are simple but deadly—to catch the killer, they must follow the leader.

From the acclaimed author of Taunting the Dead comes a flesh-creeping tale of a child’s game with a terrifying, grown-up twist. This is the second book in the DS Allie Shenton series but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story

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Teaser Tuesday: February 10th

Hello again Tuesday!  I finally finished my last weeks read – took a bit longer than anticipated and was a bit underwhelming compared to other books of late.  Review should be (or may have been) posted shortly!

This week I’m starting a book that releases TODAY (February 10, 2015), so perfect time to tease it!  And I noticed a fellow book blogger, Cleopatra Loves Books, just gave it 5 stars – so I’m excited to dive in!  It’s Follow the Leader by Mel Sherratt, another NetGalley read for me this year.  And I’m picking my teaser completely random today, as I am writing this before I’ve even started the book!

 “As she whimpered again, he pressed the blade across her throat, barely touching her skin but enough to
make her understand that the threat was real.”
(21% into book)

What are you teasing today?  Please leave your link in the comments and thanks for coming by!

Book Description:

A man’s body is found on a canal towpath. In his pocket, a magnetic letter in the shape of an E.

Days later, a second victim is found, this time with the letter V tucked into her clothing.

As the body count rises, the eerie, childlike clues point to a pattern that sends DS Allie Shenton and her colleagues into full alert.

The race is on. Allie and the team must work quickly to determine where the killer will strike next. The rules are simple but deadly—to catch the killer, they must follow the leader.

From the acclaimed author of Taunting the Dead comes a flesh-creeping tale of a child’s game with a terrifying, grown-up twist. This is the second book in the DS Allie Shenton series but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Book Review: Monday’s Lie by Jamie Mason


Monday’s Lie (click on book or see below for description)
By Jamie Mason
Release Date: 2/3/15
Downloaded free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 2 bones

I can’t put my finger on it, but this book just didn’t grab me.  I thought about putting it down several times, because I just couldn’t keep track of what was going on from sitting to sitting and it took me much longer than other books.  It just wasn’t holding my interest.  But I stuck through and while the end ramped up a lot, I just wasn’t invested.  That’s all I can think to describe it.  Maybe it would have been different if I could have sat down and read it through, but it really just didn’t grab me like some other thrillers as of late (think The Girl on the Train or Crash & Burn.)

The book description, as you will see below, mentions suspecting her husband of being someone she may not really know.  We are speaking of Dee Aldrich and her husband Patrick, who wasn’t really introduced into the story until about a quarter of the way in, to my memory, so I actually went back and re-read the description as the story just seemed different from I was promised.  Don’t get me wrong, I actually usually only read the descriptions when I pick out a book, and they aren’t too important once I start a book, I just couldn’t figure out where this one was going.

Another book of mother issues (seems to be my theme of the year – not by choice of course!), Dee flashes back to her childhood a lot during the book to describe just why she is the way she is.  Her mother was some sort of secret spy and they had a lot of secrets growing up because of that.  She took one “Long Trip” as it was referred to throughout the book and that led Dee and her brother Simon to be quite skeptical about pretty much everything.  Her mother passes away as the book begins, but through figures from her life, much is discovered about her and a possible link to Dee’s husband.

Again, this one just didn’t draw me in.  I would have liked more details of Dee & Patrick’s marriage before all of this.  The ending was great – lots of action and thrills, and I liked seeing the correlation between Dee & Simon’s upbringing to how they approached life as an adult, albeit very paranoid!  I’ll admit to try to finish this book, I may have skimmed over parts and missed some details, but overall I was just not into it.  Maybe you feel different?  I’d suggest trying to finish this one in a few sittings to keep track of all the details, nightly reading of a few chapters just didn’t do this book justice.

Thank you to NetGalley and Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books for allowing me to preview!

Book Description:

From the acclaimed author of the “ripping good” (The New York Times) debut novel Three Graves Full comes a new thriller about a woman who digs into her unconventional past to confirm what she suspects: her husband isn’t what she thought he was.

Dee Aldrich rebelled against her off-center upbringing when she married the most conventional man she could imagine: Patrick, her college sweetheart. But now, years later, her marriage is falling apart and she’s starting to believe that her husband has his eye on a new life…a life without her, one way or another.

Haunted by memories of her late mother Annette, a former covert operations asset, Dee reaches back into her childhood to resurrect her mother’s lessons and the “spy games” they played together, in which Dee learned memory tricks and, most importantly, how and when to lie. But just as she begins determining the course of the future, she makes a discovery that will change her life: her mother left her a lot of money and her own husband seems to know more about it than Dee does. Now, before it’s too late, she must investigate her suspicions and untangle conspiracy from coincidence, using her mother’s advice to steer her through the blind spots. The trick, in the end, will be in deciding if a “normal life” is really what she wants at all.

With pulse-pounding prose and atmospheric settings, Monday’s Lie is a thriller that delivers more of the “Hitchcockian menace” (Peter Straub) that made Three Graves Full a critical hit. For fans of the Coen brothers or Gillian Flynn, this is a book you won’t want to miss.

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Teaser Tuesday: February 3rd

Happy Tuesday, Happy February!  We’re buried under about a foot and a half of snow (a lot for this former GA girl).  Snow day yesterday – waiting to hear for today!  It’s pretty – but cold and confining!  I’d like to say I spent it reading – but with 2 kids that is hard to do that during the day!

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Still reading at night though!  Not sure about my current read – I thought I’d be done for its release TODAY – but not quite there yet.  I loved the description, it just hasn’t hooked me yet and I still feel a bit lost.  We’ll see though.  It’s Monday’s Lie by Jamie Mason – a NetGalley read, click on book or see description below.

“I was impressed with her but, but afraid I didn’t know her.
My mother was kind; she was devoted.  And she was also an asskicker.”

(10% into book)

Two other quick mentions for great books I’ve read and reviewed releasing today:

Crash & Burn by Lisa Gardner
The Missing One by Lucy Atkins

Check them out and please leave your teaser in the comments!  Thanks for coming by today!

Book Description:

From the acclaimed author of the “ripping good” (The New York Times) debut novel Three Graves Full comes a new thriller about a woman who digs into her unconventional past to confirm what she suspects: her husband isn’t what she thought he was.

Dee Aldrich rebelled against her off-center upbringing when she married the most conventional man she could imagine: Patrick, her college sweetheart. But now, years later, her marriage is falling apart and she’s starting to believe that her husband has his eye on a new life…a life without her, one way or another.

Haunted by memories of her late mother Annette, a former covert operations asset, Dee reaches back into her childhood to resurrect her mother’s lessons and the “spy games” they played together, in which Dee learned memory tricks and, most importantly, how and when to lie. But just as she begins determining the course of the future, she makes a discovery that will change her life: her mother left her a lot of money and her own husband seems to know more about it than Dee does. Now, before it’s too late, she must investigate her suspicions and untangle conspiracy from coincidence, using her mother’s advice to steer her through the blind spots. The trick, in the end, will be in deciding if a “normal life” is really what she wants at all.

With pulse-pounding prose and atmospheric settings, Monday’s Lie is a thriller that delivers more of the “Hitchcockian menace” (Peter Straub) that made Three Graves Full a critical hit. For fans of the Coen brothers or Gillian Flynn, this is a book you won’t want to miss.

 

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Teaser Tuesday: January 27th

Happy Tuesday!  Finished The Girl on the Train pretty quickly last week – see the review here!

And this week I’m reading another NetGalley pre-release – Walking on Trampolines by Frances Whiting (releases next Tuesday 2/3/15!)  A little break from my mystery/thriller ride I’ve been on, but there is definitely a bit of mystery in this book as it flashes between current time and past events, can’t wait to see what happens!


“And if people are too stupid, or don’t care enough, to see what’s going on right in front of them, Tallulah, then they get what they deserve.”  
(27% into book)

What do you think?  Do you agree?  Thanks for stopping by today – be sure to leave your teaser in the comments!

Book Description:

Praised as “a tender exploration of friendship, families, and first love” (Liane Moriarty, New York Times bestselling author of The Husband’s Secret), this coming-of-age novel from bestselling author Frances Whiting is equal parts heartwarming, accessible, and thought provoking.

“Tallulah de Longland,” she said slowly, letting all the Ls in my name loll about lazily in her mouth before passing judgment. “That,” she announced, “is a serious glamorgeous name.”

From the day Annabelle Andrews sashays into her classroom, Tallulah ‘Lulu’ de Longland is bewitched: by Annabelle, by her family, and by their sprawling, crumbling house tumbling down to the river.

Their unlikely friendship intensifies through a secret language where they share confidences about their unusual mothers, first loves, and growing up in the small coastal town of Juniper Bay. But the euphoria of youth rarely lasts, and the implosion that destroys their friendship leaves lasting scars and a legacy of self-doubt that haunts Lulu into adulthood.

Years later, Lulu is presented with a choice: remain the perpetual good girl who misses out, or finally step out from the shadows and do something extraordinary. And possibly unforgivable…

It’s not how far you fall, but how high you bounce.

 

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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