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Teaser Tuesday

 A weekly meme hosted by Should Be Reading where you share two (2) “teaser” sentences from your current read to try to entice others to want to seek it out.

Today's teaser is from The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton 

"What could he and she really know of each other, since it was his duty, as a "decent" fellow, to conceal his past from her, and hers, as a marriageable girl, to have no past to conceal. What if, for some one of the subtler reasons that would tell with both of them, they should tire of each other, misunderstand or irritate each other?" (21)
*Soundtrack Saturday*

I really like this book so far, Edith Wharton was quite a great writer!


  1. Now here's a book I never got to read. Heard so many good things about it and your teaser is intriguing!

    Here's my teaser.

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  2. What an interesting teaser! Seems like a great read....

    My tuesday teaser is from The Accused by John Grisham

  3. Very interesting book! Never heard of it before...but I'll be checking it out for sure! Great teaser! Thanks for sharing!

    Here's My TT! 

    Btw...I am a new follower! :)

    ~ Maida @ Literary Love Affair

  4. Thanks all! You all have some really great teasers! (I've realized that when I reply to comments, nobody except me gets a notice on the response.)


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