Sunday, July 12, 2009

New Cover - Pretty. Pretty.

Hey All,

It's getting very close for time to go to RWA Nationals in Washington D.C. so I'm not really able to concentrate on a very in-depth blog post today. Apologies. My mind is scattered in about forty directions. (Including the mess I have in my bedroom to clean up.) However, I wanted to show you my new cover for the very first ever, Kate Davison contemporary romantic suspense novel, Tin Gods: Ruins and Relics Book I.

Here's a brief blurb of the book.

No doubt about it—handsome men are trouble.

To Romy Douglass they have been the bane of her existence, starting with the contemptuous relationship she shares with her wealthy, jet-setting father. Her one big romance ended in disaster. Her fiancé emotionally cruel. Trust in men shattered, Romy is leery of entanglements. When the luscious and sexy-eyed Lucius Capri asks if he can share her table at a busy outdoor café, Romy is instantly suspicious of his motives.

Lucius Capri became a government agent because he wanted to be one of the good guys—and because James Bond made it look so damn cool. After ten years in the field, he knows how to play a mark and is confident he knows the trigger to make Romy Douglass spill all her father’s secrets. However, Romy is not at all what he expected from reading her dossier. Instead of the quiet, respectful woman he envisioned, she has a sharp mind and wicked tongue. Two traits Lucius finds irresistible in a woman. She also suspects he didn’t ask to sit with her just to share a little light lunchtime conversation.

And she’s right. He’s been sent by his agency—called simply, the Section, to obtain the priceless statues sent to her by her father. The Section believes her father, Miles, who lives on an island off the coast of South America, called Isla del Sola, is going to use the statues to fund a revolution and topple the sitting president, Luis Gutierrez. The government wants to see Gutierrez remain in power—for now.

Now they're being shot at by the hitman, El Lobizon, and Romy's collection of Tin Gods have been stolen. Love and spywars have never been more dangerous.

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Gracen Miller said...

Kate, this sounds like a great read! Thanks for sharing it with us and the cover is awesome! Good luck!

Hope you have fun at the RWA Nationals!

Tierney said...

Hey there, Kate. Congrats on the book. I agree with Gracen, it is a good read. So you are going to RWA Nationals? Hey don't worry about your messy house. You're not alone. LOL

Mark Alders said...

Excellent cover! Sounds like a great read, too.

I wish I could go to the RWA nationals...but alas I live too far away :-(



Alisha Paige said...

Congrats! Wow...what a stunning cover!


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