Happy Monday! Are you enjoying the fall weather? Hopefully you enjoyed your weekend. I’m here to kick your week off right with a new song and a fun cover reveal for an upcoming release by one of my RChat buddies, Deana Birch.
Covers are my favorite part of the writing process! Mine and other writers. To me, seeing the cover is what makes the book real and signals being close to the finish line.
Deana’s new release, Pink Promises is a contemporary romance releasing November 18th. You an add it to your TBR by clicking here: bit.ly/TBRPinkyPromises
The song I chose for this week to go along with the story kinda, sorta fits since Leyla and Adam’s relationship starts out as a rebound fling. Something Leyla is very aware of since she suggests it to help Adam get over his heartbreak.
Ready for the goodies?
When her long-distance teaching buddy goes on maternity leave, New York City native Leyla Harraq, temporarily transplants to a sleepy beach town on the West Coast to manage her friend’s Hot Yoga studio. But the yogini’s brash spunk leads to an immediate social gaffe when she insults her new landlord, carpenter Adam Fields, and must backpedal to save face.
Watching her hottie landlord wallow in solitary confinement after a brutal break-up will never do. Motivated by her own need for physical contact, Leyla happily offers herself as the perfect rebound. She’ll be gone in a couple of months, no one has to know, and she can wipe his ex right out of his mind…and body. After all, if anyone knows how to turn up the heat, it’s her.
But when the studio owner realizes she can’t return to teaching full-time and asks Leyla to stay, the fish-out-of-water must make a choice. Can she abandon her commitment-free lifestyle for small town drama and a chance at love with a hunky hammer wielding man?
Born and raised in the Midwest, Contemporary Romance and Erotica writer, Deana Birch, now lives with her family in Europe. She can be found teaching yoga, ruining her children’s French homework, cleaning up dog vomit, writing her next book, or reading someone else’s.