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Monday, October 28, 2013

Cover Reveal of Back To You by Jessica Scott

Yep, another cover reveal; two in one day. Jessica Scott is one of my favorite romance authors; she writes powerful, compelling, realistic stories. She rips my guts out, makes me laugh, and gives me hope. "Back To You" is the third full length novel in the Coming Home series, about US Army soldiers and the men and women who love them.

This story focuses on Trent and his wife Laura, whom we've met before. I'm really hoping for a happy ending but one thing I know is that Jessica will put me, and all the readers, through the wringer and I should stock up on tissues.

Blurb from the author ~

He’s in for the fight of his life . . .
Army captain Trent Davila loved his wife, Laura, and their two beautiful children. But when he almost lost his life in combat, something inside him died. He couldn’t explain the emptiness he felt or bridge the growing distance between him and his family—so he deployed again. And again. And again…until his marriage reaches its breaking point. Now, with everything on the line, Trent has one last chance to prove to his wife that he can be the man she needs …if she’ll have him

to win back his only love.
            Laura is blindsided when Trent returns home. Time and again, he chose his men over his family, and she’s just beginning to put the pieces of her shattered heart back together.  But when Trent faces a court martial on false charges, only Laura can save him. What begins as an act of kindness to protect his career inflames a desire she thought long buried—and a love that won’t be denied.  But can she trust that this time he’s back to stay? 

Publisher: Forever Romance
Genre: Romance
Format: ebook
Release Date: January 7, 2014
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I am NOT a fan of the trend in chopping heads and part of faces but I like the cover anyway. The yellow ribbon on the fence, the contrast between the gauziness of the couple and the clarity of the fence and it's details, the colors, it's eye-catching but not over the top.


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