Teaser Tuesday: Right Wrong Guy, Vicious, & The Wednesday Wars
Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm.
"Cowboys aren't my type." Western music put her teeth on edge and the only plaid she preferred was on the kilt of a fictional Scottish lord.
~ Right Wrong Guy (Brightwater #2) by Lia Riley, Kindle Location 278 (ARC)
It could work.
He forced the thought through the dulling panic. It could work, and if it did work, he wanted the chance to hold the power, the evidence, the proof. He wanted to be the proof. Without it, this was Eli's monster, and he was merely the wall off which Eli bounced his ideas. With it, he was the monster, essential, inextricable from Eli's theories.
~ Vicious by V.E. Schwab, pg. 60
When gods die, they die hard. It's not like they fade away, or grow old, or fall asleep. They die in fire and pain, and when they come out of you, they leave your guts burned. It hurts more than anything you can talk about. And maybe worst of all is, you're not sure if there will ever be another god to fill their place. Or if you'd ever want another god to fill their place. You don't want fire to go out inside you twice.
~ The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt, pg. 93