Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today is taken from: Under The Eye Of God by Jerome Charyn

pg. 107

She gathered her articles of clothing, and she was gone, dancing out his door, half-undressed, her thighs like magnificent supple sticks. It took him less than a minute to mourn her absence.

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  1. I wonder who the girl is? Sounds like somebody is in love (or lust) haha.

    Thanks for stopping by Bookmunchies (:

  2. supple sticks?! thanks for sharing.. and for stopping by..

  3. Well, at least he's missing her so soon. :) I like that.
    Thanks for dropping by our blog.

    Diana @ BookVenturers

  4. I think he likes her :)

    Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Hi Mary Ann,

    Fantastic teaser lines, they leave nothing, yet everything, to the imagination.

    I checked out the author and book, as both are new to me and I wanted to know exactly which genre 'Under The Eye Of God' was from.

    I certainly wasn't expecting it to be a crime/mystery, but as this is probably my favourite genre, then I was suitably pleased to have discovered another new author for my list.

    The only potential problem seems to be that all of this large series of books, seem to need to be read in sequence, which is mre than a little off-putting.

    Thanks for bringing this author to my attention,


  6. I've never seen supple sticks and thighs in the same sentence before :) Thanks for sharing on Read@UTS!

  7. Very nice teaser....should be an interesting read.

    My teaser is from The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin.

    My Teaser is below. Have a great Tuesday.

    Silver’s Reviews

  8. Sounds like someone got bit by a love bug.

  9. Interesting teaser. Sounds like an entertaining romance :)

  10. Wow, less than a min to mourn? Seems intense! Thanks for stopping by teaser at mrscaptkirk51.blogspot.com.

  11. Great teaser. Sounds like this isn't exactly what you'd term a "relationship" if he only misses her for one minute!
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    Felicia- Somewhat , I think.

  13. Interesting teaser, it sort of reminds me of a 007 movie (although sadly the women with Bond often end up dead).

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