Apr 20, 2010

Teaser Tuesday: Flirting with Forever by Gwyn Cready

Teaser Tuesdays, hosted by MizB, asks you to choose two sentences at random from your current read. Include the author and title for readers.

Flirting with Forever (Mass Market Paperback - March 30, 2010) by Gwyn Cready

Cam's hands flew up instinctively to cover her eyes. "Mace!"
"Not mace," Jeanne said. " I used it before my date last night. He liked it."  p. 15
Publisher's description: Art historian Campbell Stratford ....thanks to a time portal she accidenally discovered, (she) has caused quite a stir in the Great Beyond....Sir Peter Lely has been recruited by the Guild protecting dead artists to save their reputations by sabotaging Cam's latest project (to reveal the sexy secrets of the artists).

The book is described as a "sexy time-travel adventure." Can't wait to read it all!

UPDATE: I posted my review on May 20, 2010. Here it is: My review of Flirting with Forever.


Lisa said...

sounds like I'd enjoy this one

Here's mine

Andrea said...

LOL, too funny. Great teaser.

Here's mine.

gautami tripathy said...

Great teaser!

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kayerj said...

I wonder what she used?

Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

fredamans said...

Good teaser!


tea said...

I have been wanting to read this romance. Sounds like fun.


Tribute Books said...

Wow! sounds great, thanks!

Kaye said...

hmmm - don't think I've read anything in "sexy time travel" genre. Enjoy it! My teaser and contest link is here

Staci said...

I thought this one sounded like a fun ride back in time!! Loving that teaser!

Liz said...

I think the COVER of that book is a teaser all on its own! I confess I'm not big on time travel stuff, but this one sounds like it's worth a look. I'm just starting a new novel, but am also delving into a wonderful self help book, "The Law of Attraction," by Deborah Morrison & Arvind Singh. It takes a systematic approach grounded in ancient and contemporary insights.

From the forward: "Prosperity is not just about material things. It is about being grateful for life."

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