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Teaser Tuesdays: Mr. Kiss and Tell

Teaser Tuesdays

It’s time for another “Teaser Tuesday!”

This feature (or meme)  is one I discovered on my friend Kim’s site Book Munchies, and is hosted by MizB of the Should Be Reading blog. For those of you who would like to play along at home (or more specifically on your homepage), here is how Teaser Tuesdays work.

– Grab (one of) your current read(s) and open it 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!)
– Remember to include the title & author, too, so that your followers and any Teaser Tuesday participants can add the book to their reading lists if your tease has captured their attention!

—> Now on to the main event!

 

Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars, #2) by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham

Paperback, 330 pages
Publisher: Vintage
Release Date: January 20th, 2015
ISBN# 9780804170727
Page: 158

“That is so awesome! But, um, is there any way you could maybe bring it over for us right now? I’ll owe you a nice warm batch of chocolate chip cookies…”

“What the hell. I can bring it over for you. Had thought about spending this afternoon bodysurfing with a special lady friend–but whatever. Driving used athletic gear across town works too. Oh, and one other thing: No chocolate chip. Snickerdoodles. Nonnegotiable.”

(and because I can’t resist my love for Miss Veronica Mars, a second teaser for your enjoyment:)

 Page: 322

“How often do people say thank you to you?”

Veronica swallowed her mouthful of coffee and cleared her throat. “‘Thank you’ ranks just below ‘You ruined my life’ and just above ‘When I get my hands on you.'”