SERENDIPITOUS TUESDAYS: INTROS/TEASERS – CURIOSITY KILLED THE KAT — OCT. 16

 

 

Welcome to another Tuesday celebrating bookish events, from Tuesday/First Chapter/Intros, hosted by Bibliophile by the Sea; and Teaser Tuesdays hosted by Should Be Reading.

Today I’m spotlighting a review book from Elizabeth Nelson:  Curiosity Killed the Kat.

 

 

Beginning:  Prologue

They say revenge is a dish best served cold; but, I know better.  Revenge is hot.  It never cools, and it never dies.  It burns inside your veins, and grows stronger with every beat of your heart.

To understand what happened after, you have to know what came before.

I don’t remember a time when I didn’t dream of being a wife and mother.  My earliest memory is of playing ‘wedding’ in my parents’ backyard.  As the bride, I was draped in my mother’s antique white lace tablecloth, my head covered with a homemade veil and my arms laden with the roses she grew in her garden that summer.

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Teaser:  “Lay on your stomach.”

I immediately did as Steven requested.  I’d been his slave since I was 19; it wasn’t in my nature to question him, especially in the bedroom. (9%)

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Amazon Blurb:  Katherine (“Kat”) thought she had the perfect marriage to International Lawyer Steven Flynn. Until he tried to kill her.

Katherine was the perfect obedient wife. She would do anything for her husband. That is, until she discovers he’s the ring leader of a human trafficking organization. The action is fast and furious, the dialogue smart and the sex scenes hot. Meet Katherine in Curiosity Killed The Kat as she goes farther and farther down the rabbit hole of political intrigue, sex, and revenge. Will she let herself be saved by love or will curiosity and a thirst for killer justice kill the Kat?

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What do you think?  Does it tempt and tease you?  Make you want to read more?

Now I’m off to see what the rest of you are sharing today.

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41 thoughts on “SERENDIPITOUS TUESDAYS: INTROS/TEASERS – CURIOSITY KILLED THE KAT — OCT. 16

  1. Good teaser, although I’m not sure this one’s for me. But that part about “playing wedding” sure rang a bell — that was always one of my favorite games when I was a kid. I used my aunt’s lace petticoats for dress and veil! I must have been an amazing sight. Hope you enjoy the book.

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