Shiny new book cover! "It's a Sweet Life" (Coffeeshop Coven prequel)
Friday, January 4, 2013
Woot! I love showing off shiny new book covers! This one is for my release on 1/18/13, "It's a Sweet Life," the prequel to my new Coffeeshop Coven Series.
Mix one struggling baker with two hunks in hiding. Stir in love, sex, and vengeance. What do you get? They’re hoping it’s a sweet life.
Libbie Addams has a mortgage on her struggling bakery, no love life, no health insurance…and fibromyalgia. She's worried about making ends meet when two hunks show up to rent her extra apartment. Not only do cousins Ken Dougherty and Charles Stackhouse make her money worries disappear, they offer to help out in their spare time.
They also make her panties damp. Too bad they're gay, but they’re great eye candy.
The men have a secret—they're not gay cousins. They're twin brothers hiding from a vengeful mob boss. Charles is Allan Donohue, a prosecutor with the State Attorney's office in Miami. Benjamin Donohue is the undercover detective who helped break the case wide open. Now they're marked for death.
They hope their ruse can keep them, and Libbie, safe. Because now that they've fallen in love with the delicious baker, they’ll never let her go. But when vengeance comes calling, will they ever get to enjoy their sweet life together?
You can go to my Siren author page at: http://www.bookstrand.com/tymber-dalton and sign in and you'll see a Notify Me link at the top of the page, between the listing of books and the toolbar. You can click that link and Siren will send you an email every time they upload one of my books for pre-order.
Don't forget, if you have a Kindle, sign up for a Siren account, input your Kindle email address (and make sure in Kindle your account is set to allow files to be sent) and you can pre-order the book and have it as soon as it's released instead of waiting a couple of months. If you have a Nook or other device, you can buy the file and then either upload it to your device via USB cable, or sideload the file into your device by emailing it to yourself (this works great if you have an iPad, both the .epub and .pdf versions will work in your iBooks app and it'll give you an option when you click on the attachment to open it in iBooks).
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