Cover Reveal: The Caretaker’s Lady

This week I received the e-mail I’d been waiting for from Valerie, the Marketing Art Assistant at Liquid Silver Books. Check out the cover for The Caretaker’s Lady, my scorching hot contemporary romance that’s set at a high-end resort in the mountains of North Georgia. I LOVE it. This was my first older hero/heroine story and I was a bit apprehensive about how it would look and market. The artist, Kendra Egert from Creations By Kendra, nailed the hero and heroine perfectly. Kendra delivered with a touch of fall also.  Liquid Silver Books will release The Caretaker’s Lady in September.

Click to read an excerpt.Jasmine Bloom, queen of the bodice rippers for three decades, never thought she would become a victim of writer’s block. When family stress causes Cathy Morrow, who writes as Jasmine Bloom, to miss a deadline, Blaylock Publishing accepts a mysterious invitation for Cathy to visit The Mountain Ridge Resort to revive her muse.

Divorced for two decades with three grown children and two grandsons living in her home, Cathy can’t find the inspiration she needs to write the sizzling-hot romances that gained her fame and fortune. At the resort, Cathy meets a hot maintenance worker who warms the cool nights. Will she be content to role-play his favorite scorching-hot love scenes from her novels then return home to her dull routine?

The caretaker’s job at the resort allows billionaire John Murdock to live the life he loves in the Blue Ridge Mountains and keep a centuries-old family vow. When Cathy Morrow arrives at the resort, she lights a fire he’d banked years ago. Will she look beyond his white hair and menial job to appreciate what he offers—passion with the prospect for love?

Tomorrow, Hannah Lokos visits An Authors Desk

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3 responses to “Cover Reveal: The Caretaker’s Lady

  1. Fabulous cover, and sounds like a wonderful book. Can’t wait to read it, especially because it has a more mature hero/heroine.

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