This week’s cover reveal is a triple threat. We’ve got the reveal of the cover for Find Me by Laurelin Paige and as a bonus we’ve got the new ebook covers for BOTH books in THE FOUND DUET.
So… you know how this goes by now. Right?
First we get to know the books.
Let’s start at the beginning. (A very good place to start.)
From the NYT bestselling author of the Fixed Trilogy…
I wasn’t supposed to be working the night I met JC.
Before him, I’d been content with the daily grind, managing one of NYC’s top nightclubs. So what if my life didn’t have a happily ever after? I didn’t believe in that anyway.
Then JC showed up.
Sexy, rich and smooth-talking, JC is nothing more than a distraction. I’m not interested in a night-in-shining latex so it’s easy to push the playboy away. Or it is until my life spins unexpectedly out-of-control. Then he’s there for me, offering a new method of survival, one based on following primal urges and desires that requires me to abandon my constant need for control.
His no-strings-attached lessons obliterate my carefully built walls. And as I discover freedom, I start to feel things for him that I shouldn’t. Things that make me fear for my newly vulnerable heart. Because JC has secrets of his own, and his secrets don’t want to set him free.
The Conclusion of Gwen and JC’s Story
I came to The Sky Launch to begin fresh, away from the horrors of my past. The circumstances that brought me here were not the best, but I’ve become good friends with Alayna and Hudson Pierce, and my family has healed in ways I never thought they could. With them around me, I’ve never felt more at home. But starting anew means letting go. And there are some things I don’t want to leave behind – like JC, the man who taught me how to let loose. The man I wasn’t supposed to love. The man I don’t want to lose. My life is safe now. The threats from before have become less menacing, and I’m faced with a choice: either move on completely or keep holding to the hope that JC loves me enough to come and find me.
And now for the pretties…
Here’s a glimpse of all four covers lined up together so you can see what’s what.
And here’s a closer look first at the E-book covers:
And finally the paperback covers:
Now normally I’m all for a good cover comparison showdown, but I can’t even make a decision between these beauties. Obviously the ebook covers are more true to form of the romance genre, but I still have to give them mad props because they are sexy without featuring a close-up pan on overtanned abs and biceps, which really always annoys me. What does that have to do with the story? I mean really?
The paperback covers are really lovely and have the bonus charm of being respectably vague enough that you can read them on the subway without anyone giving you judgy looks as they carry around their second-hand copy of On the Road or The Bell Jar or whatever literary classic was suggested in the hipster’s guide to subway snobbery that week.
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