Tease Of An Upcoming Teaser #GabrielBook3

by Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing] on December 6, 2012

in Smut Book Club Book Recommendations

I’m not a big fan of The Tease. I don’t watch “coming up next week on [insert TV show],” I don’t read more than a sentence or two of a book summary before I read a book, and I for sure hate spoilers of any kind for books, movies, and/or TV shows.

Part of the reason is that I’m far too smart for my own good. CLEARLY.

But for all of those teases I don’t love, I love a tease that gets me warm and fuzzy in my nethers. Or, no. I take back the fuzzy but leave the warm and fluttery.

My point, and I might have one, is that this post is a tease of an upcoming teaser. It’s basically a meta and this sentence is now a meta within a meta.

Good lord, my brain hurts.

If you haven’t already read Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture, WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU? read the hotness now before the 3rd installment is released *ahem*.

Gabriel's Inferno Gabriel's Rapture

Gabriel’s InfernoPaperback • KindlenookKoboiBooks

Gabriel’s RapturePaperback • KindlenookKoboiBooks

Anyway, thanks to the fine people at Penguin USA, I’ll be publishing a teaser of the upcoming 3rd (and final?) Gabriel’s Inferno series book this Monday, December 10th.

Friends, it is…hot. Really hot.

Here’s my visual of how The Professor looks in the teaser. You’re welcome, smutters.

This really has nothing to do with the upcoming teaser, but I thought we’d all enjoy some more shirtless David Gandy, aka Professor Emerson.


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