Teaser Tuesday: Overbite, Persuasion, & The Iron Daughter
Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly feature, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.
- She didn't realize what had happened to David - that he hadn't been seized by flying monkeys, then dropped lifeless to the hood of his own car, where he now lay sprawled, unseeing and unmoving - until the man who'd done all this tapped politely on the still-closed window of her own car door.
- She screamed again before she recognized who was looking at her through the glass.
- ~ Overbite by Meg Cabot, pg. 11
- No sooner had such an end been reached, than Anne, who had been a most attentive listener to the whole, left the room, to seek the comfort of cool air for her flushed cheeks; and as she walked along a favorite grove, said, with a gentle sigh, "A few months more, and he, perhaps, may be walking here."
- ~ Persuasion by Jane Austen, pg. 26
- "Meghan," whispered a voice, heart-wrenchingly familiar, drawing me out of the void. I recognized it immediately, just as I realized it was a figment of my desperate imagination, because the real owner of that voice would never be here, talking to me. Ash?
- ~ The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa, pg. 38