Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Teaser Tuesday ~ 2/9/21

This is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading.

To participate you:
* Grab your current read
(Make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
* Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

It was a story that couldn’t possibly be true: Identical twins, separated at birth. Anna Drury wouldn’t have believed it, but the woman standing before her was physically alike her in every way…and held in her hands a keepsake baby bracelet, the same as Anna had. How could it be?

Anna—with her tall, strong husband and two adorable children, grew up loved and secure, and she freely opens her heart to others, so she embraces the idea of her new-found sister, Amelia. Everyone tells Anna to tread carefully, but Amelia is family, she sees it in the other woman’s face and knows it in the depth of her soul. And family should always be welcome.

Once the shock settles and the dust clears, the sisters learn about each other as they unravel the secrets of their past and separation. Anna wants to believe that life with her new-found sister will be perfect, but just as they are bonding in a special way, Amelia reveals the true reason for their reunion. Her kidneys are failing, and Anna could be her perfect match.

But if Anna agrees to her request it might threaten everything she holds dear, her marriage, her health…even her life. Faced with this dilemma, Anna must ask herself a hard question, how far will she go to help her twin, the woman who is her other half…and a woman she doesn’t really know?


A roller-coaster car slid into place and the automatic bars raised, allowing the current passengers to disembark on the opposite side of the platform.  Next to the roller coaster was a carousel, playing oompah-pah organ music as the colorfully painted horses bobbed up and down on their poles.  Amelia wished they were going on that ride.  Something nice and sedate.
"Maybe we could go on that instead?"
"Oh, you!" Anna laughed and guided her into the front car.  "The carousel is too slow paced even for Logan.  Take a walk on the wild side, sister."  (Page 173)

I think I prefer the carousel as well.  But it looks like a wild ride is happening anyway.

That's our teaser this week.  What about you?  Do you have a teaser for us?  Leave us a comment.


  1. Depends on the type of roller coaster for me. Though the carousel might actually be more dangerous for my head what with the continuous circling! Lol.

    Nice teaser!

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  2. I get sick on a carousel and I'm scared of heights. Lol. So, I'm the person who waits on the ground for her family to get off from the ride -- reading, of course.

    1. Right there at your side with my own book.