Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Teaser Tuesday for April 5th 2011.

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 author and perhaps a link to the book so that folks can add it to their own TBR lists.

Don't forget to pop over to the host site below. 


My Teaser Tuesday for this week is...  

                 "Discovery at Rosehill" By Kathryn Brown
                   Genre: Paranormal/Romance. Debut Novel
Page: 1

I hear someone walking up the stairs to my room. Footsteps urgently make their ascent to my first floor bedroom. I move to the door then stand in rigid poise. My eyes scan the stairs, the hall, eagerly searching for life amongst an empty space. There is no one there.
            I smell freesias and perfume, a delicious aroma of cooking and the harsh scent of tobacco smoke. I hear my name being called, the cry of a child and a woman’s soothing voice. I turn; my eyes see movement, flitting from one wall to another.

I had the pleasure of reviewing "Discovery At Rosehill" this week and recommend it to anyone who enjoys Paranormal books.


  1. Hmm I wonder what's going on? That's alot going on if no one's there.

    You can find my teasers here at The Bookish Snob

  2. Spooky! Is it just as chilling all the way through the book?
    Here's my TT for this week:

    And thanks for introducing me to - and hosting - the April A-Z blogging challenge. It's great fun!

  3. Great teaser. Very intriguing.
    Here's mine:

  4. That sounds kinda spooky. I know my heart would be racing right about then if it were me.

    Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your reads!

  5. This teaser makes me think of a ghost! Or at the very least, something mysterious!

    I'm so glad you read and enjoyed both of Kessler's books! I'm about halfway done Rage atm and am really enjoying it. I don't think I've found anyone else who has read the series yet! YAY us :)

  6. Very intriguing and mysterious teaser.

    stop and see mine and my giveaways.

  7. Present tense? Bit unusual; does the author take that approach throughout the book?

  8. @ smellingthecoffee; The author uses present tense throughout, and does it remarkably well. A very smooth flowing style, and a great voice.

    Thanks for the comments peeps, I will visit each of you.

    Enjoy your day!


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