Welcome to another Bookish Friday, in which I share excerpts from books…and connect with other bloggers, who do the same.
To join in, just grab a book and share the opening lines…along with any thoughts you wish to give us; then turn to page 56 and excerpt anything on the page.
Then give us the title of the book, so others can add it to their lists!
What better way to spend a Friday!
Today I decided to change things up and present this post on my An Interior Journey site.
My featured book is one I downloaded last week, and haven’t started reading yet. It is from an author I’ve been enjoying lately: The Black Widow is a chilling new thriller from New York Times bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub, one woman looking for love online is entangled in a killer’s terrifying scheme . . .
“Some things,” Carmen used to say, “just don’t feel right until the sun goes down.”
It was true.
Turning on the television…
Putting on pajamas…
All much better—more natural—after nightfall, regardless of the hour or season.
56: June heat shimmers in waves on the pavement this evening as Gabriela steps out of her building’s lobby. It’s not even summer yet, according to the calendar, but already the city is in the throes of its first official heat wave.
Blurb: In the moonlight, shovelfuls of earth fall on a wooden crate at the bottom of a deep pit. Soon the hole will be filled and covered over with leaves, erasing all trace of the victim below, waking to the horror of being buried alive . . .
Newly divorced Gaby Duran isn’t really expecting to find her soul mate on a dating site like InTune. She just needs a distraction from pining over her ex-husband, Ben, and the happy marriage they once had. And she’s wise enough to know that online, the truth doesn’t always match the profile. Almost everyone lies a little—or a lot.
But Gaby quickly discovers there is much more at stake than her lonely heart. Local singles are going missing after making online connections. And a predator is searching again for the perfect match. One who will fulfill every twisted desire . . . or die trying.
Do these quotes make you want to keep reading? What do you think? I am eager to read more…I love a good thriller.