Teaser Tuesday: The Last Best Kiss, Prisoner of Night and Fog, & The Likeness

Teaser TuesdaysWhat is teaser Tuesday? It’s a meme hosted by Should Be Reading.
Grab your current read, flip to a random page, share two teaser sentences, don’t include spoilers.

The Last Best Kiss - Claire LaZebnickThe Last Best Kiss by Claire LaZenik

Paperback: 320 pages
Publication date: April 22nd 2014
Publisher:  Harper Teen
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“You may be smart and like science, but you’re not a nerd.” Then he ducked his head and mumbled something I couldn’t entirely hear.

“What?” I said.

He flushed. “Just … you don’t look like a nerd. Too cute.” (2% eARC Kindle)

So, Finn is adorable, what. This was a pretty cute read! If you like Jane Austen retellings & Persuasion, this is definitely worth checking out. My review is at the end of the week!


Prisoner of Night and Fog - Anne BlankmanPrisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman

Hardcover: 416 pages
Publication date: April 22nd 2014
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
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“He would want to know about this strange conversation. She hesitated. Something about the boy held her back. The kindness in his voice., perhaps.

A sudden sharp pain sliced through her thoughts. The knife had slipped. Thin lines of blood ran between her fingers. In the twilight, they looked black.” (11% eARC Kindle)

So, the synopsis makes this book seem like a forbidden love story, I’m only about 25% into the book, it definitely feels like it has a lot more depth than just that. I’ve always been a big fan of historical fiction, especially ones surrounding WWI or WWII. It definitely evokes a lot a emotions.

I’m part of the blog tour for this, so expect to see my review for this in a few weeks (:



The Likeness by Tana FrenchThe Likeness by Tana French

ebook: 494 pages
Publication date: July 17, 2008
Publisher: Penguin Books
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“Plenty of murder cases turn into knock-down-drag-out battles of wits, but this was different. This was the first time I had felt like my real opponent wasn’t the murderer but the victim: defiant, clenching her secrets white-knuckle tight, and evenly, perfectly matched against me in every way, too close to call.” (9%)

It was hard going into this after the ending of the first book. But the premise was just too intriguing to pass up.

Author: Cyn

noun. a bum OT, procrastinator. reader. eater. sleeper. music listen-er. movie go-er. Loves food too much.

0 Replies to “Teaser Tuesday: The Last Best Kiss, Prisoner of Night and Fog, & The Likeness”

  1. Kathy Martin says: Reply

    Wow! These all sound really wonderful. My teasers this week are from The Chance by Robyn Carr and House of Ivy & Sorrow by Natalie Whipple. Happy reading!

  2. Aaaawww. That first book sounds like a cute teen romance. Good teaser!

  3. Cyn outstanding line-up of teasers. The Last Best Kiss by Claire LaZenik is a must have for me.

  4. Three good teasers. The last one really intrigued me. How could a murder victim fight against the person trying to solve the case?
    My Teaser is from SNOW FENCE ROAD.

    1. You would think it would be impossible, but to find out more you should read the book. 😉 It’s awesome!

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