WARNING! *Please look away if you no longer require your ovaries*
I’m so excited to finally be able to reveal Revue’s cover.
…Hello? Are you still with me? Yes, focus on the words for a second longer then you can let your eyes wander 😉
Revue is set for release on May 29th. I don’t have a pre-order set up as of yet, but if you follow me on Amazon (link below) you won’t miss it when I do upload it.
You can, however, add it to you tbr list on Goodreads right now by clicking this link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25126823-revue
A couple of things before I get to the synopsis: I want to say a huge thanks to Shannon Robinson for agreeing to be my cover model. He did a fantastic job and really captured my vision for the photograph. Oh, and he not only was the muse, he took the photo as well, being a very talented photographer.
Secondly, I want to thank TJ Hamilton for ‘telling’ me she was going to play with the photograph. I was like “Whatevs, if that kind of thing floats your boat. Go ahead”. However, the next thing I knew was she played with it so much that she created a cover. Just.Like.That! So thank you very much, Snot. I FLOVE it!
And lastly, thank you, Melanie Sassymum from Book Empire Promotions for organising the cover reveal. xoxox
Okay, now that my Oscar award spiel thingy is over, here is the synopsis:
He was on a collision course.
… I had paved my way
He answered to no one.
… I respected authority
He wanted me.
… I despised him
He didn’t take no for an answer.
When freelance photographer, Corinne Lee, is required to visually document the nationwide tour of Wild Nights Male Revue, she finds herself in a world of near-naked, testosterone-fuelled men on stage—not her photographic muse of choice. She also finds herself in the arms of Josh, the revue’s star performer.
Josh Adams thrives on the limelight, the stage and, most of all, the attention of women who endlessly throw themselves at him. He dances sex, speaks sex, breathes sex … is sex! Josh lives for sex, but never with the same woman.
When both opinionated and headstrong characters are closely thrust together in a lust-ridden and sexually-charged environment, which of the two will break first?
Will Josh realise that Corinne could be the exception to his ‘no strings’ rule? Or will Corinne let go of the fantasy of finding Mr One and Only?