Woohoo! Private Property has a cover! 10

Isn’t it beautiful? It’s designed by the wonderful, artistic Natalie Winters who did a marvelous job, and obviously read my descriptions of my characters (three pages worth of character descriptions and pictures – poor Natalie!) I love the black and white look, it’s so artistic, so classy. And I love how the red of “Private” (as well as that different font) and my name really pop out in such a dramatic fashion. Gorgeous!

And in case you’ve forgotten what it’s about, even after my endless blogging and nattering on about it, here’s the blurb:

Jodi Tyler has loved and lost too many times to believe in happily ever after. That’s what makes her no-strings affair with her boss so perfect—his power in bed matches his respect for her independence. Still, when he surprises her with a ménage for her birthday, her secret thrill wars with a nagging thought: Why would he so casually share her with another man?

Even though Mark Rodriguez holds Jodi at arm’s length from his heart, her self-confidence is a turn-on he can’t resist. Inviting old college buddy and future business partner Sam into their bed for one night was supposed to set free her wildest fantasy. Instead he finds the tables turned, forced to watch while Sam brings her to the height of ecstasy.

Now, Mark’s not so sure he wants to share his treasure…

10 thoughts on “Woohoo! Private Property has a cover!

  • Natalie Winters

    LOL. Your art form was awesome! You included details about each character and assured a picture of an example of how you were envisioning them was embedded right there, with their description.You gave links to examples of other traits they had. You emphasized key differences to try to be mindful of like the difference in height and weight between your heroes.

    After all the details you then broke them down to the simplest form– a line or two. That made for great quick glance ref. The whole time you offered all of this, you didn’t do it in a way that was “do it this way or I will curse your children, artist lady”. You were to the point but came across as flexible.

    So you see, you are an artists dream author to do a cover for.

  • Leah Braemel

    LOL, Natalie.

    For those of you reading Natalie’s description, the ‘simplest form–a line or two’ was:

    So basically, it’s two guys, one Hispanic, one part Hawaiian/white, and one blonde woman bound between them.

    Natalie nailed it, didn’t she? Thanks again, Natalie!

  • Dani

    Absolutey gorgeous!!!

    So many congrats to you. Come January you are going to be walking on air. 🙂

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