Aug 2, 2011

Teaser: Love Lies Bleeding by Jess McConkey

Teaser Tuesdays asks you to choose sentences at random from your current read. Identify the author and title for readers.

Her mind still racing with ideas, Sam looked up and found both Anne and Alice staring at her with a puzzled expression. "Ah, sorry, did you say something?" she asked, feeling a blush stain her cheeks. (ch. 7)
Title: Love Lies Bleeding: A Novel by Jess McConkey
Paperback: 336 pages; William Morrow Paperbacks
Publication date: July 26, 2011
Genre: mystery
Source: publisher

Book description: To what lengths would you go to keep a past buried?

Samantha Moore is the golden girl—with a perfect job, a perfect man, a perfect life—until a random act of violence changes everything. Unconscious for two months, Sam awakens from her coma a different person—bitter, in constant pain, and forced to endure medications that leave her nauseous, paranoid, and struggling to keep a grip on reality.

Furious with her family for sending her away to a small, remote town to recuperate—placed completely under a physical therapist’s care and robbed of what little freedom she has left—Sam lashes out at the “nice people” all around her who claim to have only her best interests in mind. But are her violent outbursts the by-product of her condition . . . or something else entirely? Strange things are happening here—and either Samantha Moore is losing her mind or her friendly new neighbors are far more dangerous than they appear to be. . .


  1. Wonderful teaser, I need to check this one out further.
    My TT:

  2. Jennifer: Glad you liked the tease.

  3. This really sounds good, I hope you are enjoying it.

  4. Brooke and Veens: Great that you liked the teaser!

  5. Great teaser. Sounds like an interesting book, maybe a little scary.

  6. This one came in the mail for me the other day...sounds good!

  7. Staci: We're on the same list! Happy reading.


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