Oct 202020

Teaser Tuesday Time


Listen to the Marriage: A Novel

Listen to the Marriage by John Jay Osborn

JoAnn reviewed this book and it sounds really good

“Is there anything practical that needs to be addressed right now?” Sandy asked.
Like a student, Gretchen raised her hand.
It had been a long time since one of the couples who came to Sandy had raised her hand before speaking.

“That was a pretty lame conversation,” Sandy said.
There was more about Bonny, both of them knew it, both of them didn’t want to talk about it. Sandy decided to deal with it.

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  20 Responses to “First Chapter, First Paragraph, Tuesday Intros/Teaser Tuesday: Listen To The Marriage by John Jay Osborn”

  1. Interesting beginning, I haven’t heard of this one and will check it out more. Here is my pick for this week:


  2. Now I am curious! Thanks for sharing, and here’s mine: “THE LOST FOR WORDS BOOKSHOP”

  3. You’ve reminded me that I have a copy of this book. The title intrigues me, as do the snippets you shared.

  4. I’ve read this book quite some time ago. It was a slow burn but had a deep message. Hope you enjoy it!
    Here’s my teaser for the week 😀

  5. This sounds like one to add to my wishlist. Sounds really good.

  6. Listen to the Marriage sounds like a good book (and good advice)!

  7. I like the beginning a lot. It makes me want to know more about the couple. This sounds like it could be really interesting or really not but no in between. I look forward to seeing your thoughts on it!

  8. I sure miss reading books to son, when he was little. I read a story to him every night from the day we brought him home from the hospital to when he started liking superheroes books when he was 9 or 10. I told him he was on his own with those.

  9. I read JoAnn’s review and have been curious about this book (on audio). It really sounds good!

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