Monday, April 25, 2011
Revisiting an Old Friend
Something that always bothered me about the book, though was the cover, which was a cartoonish depiction of kittens. I've subsequently learned to think through the tone of the story rather than merely the prominent elements the book contains when filling out the cover request.
I can't say I lost sales because of the cover because at signing events I think that cover got me more sales than it lost me.
But I recently got my rights back to the book and decided to give it a new life and publish it myself. My talented friend Jax of Jaxadora Design (Who also made me a killer cover for Game of Smoke and Mirrors) made me a much more appropriate cover and convinced me to change the title.
So I took that plunge and reissued the book. This isn't erotic romance, but it does have some fairly explicit love scenes. So without further ado, here's a little about Not Enough:
When forty-year-old salon owner Kitty Murphy meets dashing entrepreneur Harrison Wentworth, III she's instantly drawn to his powerful presence. Kitty fights the intense attraction, fearing Harrison's motive is to woo her precious salon away from her. But losing her salon isn't the only problem on Kitty's horizon. Josh, her son, moves back home. Delighted at first, Kitty soon discovers Josh is in denial about his drug addiction. Not only that, but his girlfriend, Brooke, is pregnant. Kitty's maternal instincts shift into high gear to protect Brooke and her unborn baby. Can she save Josh in time for him to be a father to his child? Can she trust Harrison with her heart?