Judge A Book By Its Cover
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Judge A Book By Its Cover

He says he’ll catch her, but will she let herself fall?

Writing a book can be a rollercoaster ride. The highs can be ultra-high, and lows can be mega-low. I’m fortunate in that lately, there have been way more highs than lows. The current case in point is the fact that Catching London has a cover. Oh, and I just happen to LOVE it. LOVE. IT.

Did I mention that I love it? Well in case you hadn’t noticed, I love it. I love that it’s in keeping with the black and white theme of my previous teasers, but the hot pink introduces a new element, which I also love.

I’m also pretty pleased with the cover star. As one reviewer said, “that’s one good looking young man.” I can’t argue with that, he’s certainly easy on the eye. Even better, he’s Arlo. 100% Arlo. Happy dance ensues.

You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to see that the cover image also features the Eiffel Tower, as I mentioned in a previous post, Paris is a key location in Arlo and London’s story, so I love that it appears on the cover, it’s a great tie in.

Other reasons to be happy…Catching London is now available for presale, see the links below for your preferred preorder. Hurry now, it’s 50% for a short time, too, so snag yourself an early Christmas gift.

Catching London releases February 17th. Preorder now.

He’s not looking to change his bad boy ways.

Arlo Jones is a badass millionaire rock star with the world at his feet. He lives the “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” lifestyle to the max, and believes in working hard and playing harder. He’s a man who always gets what he wants, especially when it comes to women. Until he meets London.

She’s a damaged dancer not looking to fall.

All London Llwellyn wants is to rebuild her life following the tragic car accident that robbed her of her fiancé, and ended her career as a professional ballet dancer. She’s working two jobs to scrape together the cash to set up her own studio, and reinvent herself as a photographer. The last thing she wants is to get involved.

 

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