Saturday, May 5, 2012

Well, damn ...

Lori bought me a book cover.   :-)

Thank you Lori, nobody's ever bought me a book cover before.  ♥ ♥

Guess this means I need to write the book, huh?

Damn ....

PS: I said I'd get back with y'all when I finished The Witness and I always keep my promises. So here you go, a link to a very good and very true review:


  1. OOh a cover!!! Any chance of sneaky peeky? :p

    And I just read the review. Yay for being quoted lol. But seriously, is it part of a set or a series, because from that review alone I want to read it.

    It's right up there with the kind of thing I love to read and it sounds like it still has the lovey dovey, coochy coo, kissy face stuff but it's not the focus. This is a good thing :D

    I was quite interested to read the part about the last part of the back page blurb having nothing to do wiht the story, and was probably just used by the publishes to suck you in to buying it.

    Makes you wonder how many others have done it and if people have noticed, did they love the book regardless of it or were they so disappointed they won't touch that author again for false advertising.

    I know we all say don't just a book by it's cover but sometimes that's just what draws a reader to you. I myself once bought a book (I've yet to read it some 25 years later lol) because the picture of the king on the front looked like Emilio Estevez. I shit you not.

    I'd like to think I've come a long way since then. Sure, a pretty cover might get me to pick it up off the shelf but ultimately it's the blurb on the back that will lead me to get it or not.

    But now I can add word of mouth as well and blurbs be damned. I'll take them with a grain of salt, as always, but knowing and trusting the people who recommend counts for soemthing. They wouldn't steer me wrong.

    Unless it's trying to make me want to be a Cutie...

  2. Lea, this is a stand alone book, another reason I liked it.

    I can't emphasize enough how much I loved the heroine, for all the reasons AL listed. And the hero is a laid back Southern boy, one of those born with the wisdom of the ages. ;-)

    I think you'd enjoy it.

  3. Excellent, I'll add it to my ever growing list of potentials lol

    I've always had a soft spot for the Southern drawl y'all, so this sounds just perfect for me :D