Welcome to First Chapter/Intros, hosted by Yvonne @ Socrates Book Reviews. Each week readers post the first paragraph (or 2) of a book we are reading or plan to read soon.
Privacy, Nina Sadowsky
Bantam - June-2022
She's so relaxed, so easy in her own skin, with her long blond hair bound up in a ponytail and her T-shirt, damp with sweat from her morning run, knotted below her breasts to expose a taut abdomen. She radiates youth and health.
She's also seemingly unaware of the dark temptation her very light ignites.
Would that change if she knew I was watching?
She's oblivious to the telephoto lens I wield from an anonymous sedan parked down the street, which is precisely what makes my surveillance so exquisite. People reveal so much when they don't know they are being observed.
As I tried to decide what new book to begin, it was the title and cover drew me to this one. What do you think - read more or pass? This book releases next month.