Teaser Tuesday: The Perfect Stranger

What is teaser Tuesday? It’s a meme hosted by The Purple Booker (previously by Books and a Beat).

Grab your current read, flip to a random page, share two teaser sentences, don’t include spoilers.

The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda
Hardcover: 337 pages
Publication date: April 11th 2017
Publisher: Simon Schuster
Add on: Goodreads

Here’s something else they don’t teach you in school. Sometimes you just have to make a choice and go with your gut. To stake everything on it and be willing to fall along side it.

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It’s when she runs that I know the truth from the fiction, it’s when I’m finally sure – of her, of me.

For some reason this book was a super slow start for me and I almost DNF it, however, I became curious about the ending and wanted to know if Leah was crazy as people said she was.

Author: Jackie

9 Replies to “Teaser Tuesday: The Perfect Stranger”

  1. I’ve seen really positive reviews of this book! Hopefully you power through and end up loving it. Happy reading, Jackie!

    Have a great week. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  2. I read the first book in this series(?) – the one that was told backwards. All the Missing Girls, I think… I have this and tried it and put it aside (I agree with you on the slowness). If you finish it, curious to see what you think!
    Jen @ YA Romantics

  3. I loved this book! And her first one, All the Missing Girls. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy! Here’s mine: “THE BOOKSHOP AT WATER’S END”

  4. This is on my TBR. It looks really creepy!

  5. Sorry this was a slow start for you. I have been thinking about adding this one to my tbr pile.

  6. Kathy Martin says: Reply

    Sounds interesting but I don’t know if I’d have lasted through the slow start. I’m getting quite picky these days. This week I am reading The Reluctant Queen by Sarah Beth Durst. Happy reading!

  7. The slow start would get me too, but I do like a little crazy.. so, I might have kept reading. 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

    My teaser is from: Anomaly by Tonya Kuper

  8. I enjoyed this one but didn’t totally love it…

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