Sunday, March 1, 2015

Cover Reveal AND A Giveaway!

I am so excited to show you the cover for my new novella, Falling Slowly.  This one is a companion novella to All Fall Down and tells what happens to Claire and Rafe when they come home from Afghanistan.

To celebrate cover reveal day, I am offering you a giveaway!  Since Claire and Rafe are dating and getting to know each other in this novella, I want to know---what do you consider to be a romantic date?  Is it a candlelight dinner? A hike? A bike ride? A movie? Star-gazing? A moonlit stroll? Tell me your ideas!  Everyone who comments with their idea of a romantic date will be entered to win an ebook copy of BOTH All Fall Down AND Falling Slowly.

Okay, are you ready?

*drum roll*

Here it is!



Rafe Kelly never thought he’d fall in love with Claire Michaels, the hostage negotiator sent to get him out of a life or death situation.  Though it was easy to see from the beginning that Claire was good at her profession, Rafe quickly realized she was even better for him personally―and that they might have a future together. 

When they get back from their mission in Afghanistan, however, Claire goes back to the Hostage Negotiation Team and Rafe is left to deal with the huge hole in his life after leaving the SEALs.  Trying to balance an uncertain future with a new relationship is made even more complicated when a family crisis strikes.  Will Rafe and Claire be able to turn to each other for strength or are they over before they've really begun? 

11 comments:

NaDell Ransom said...

Dinner and a movie sound nice to me! I'm a basic kind of girl.

Taunya Butler said...

Well - my idea is kind of hard to come by since we don't live by a private beach! But I think a moonlight stroll on the beach, walking barefoot, and hand-in-hand would be a dreamy date!!! Love that idea!!! Great cover - looks so good!!!

Julie Coulter Bellon said...

NaDell, that's awesome!

Taunya, I love that idea, too. Glad you liked the cover. :)

Kristine Nielson said...

Anymore an evening without kids is romantic all on its own. Back in the day the most romantic dates were those that happened right before a period of separation. I remember a few romantic evenings of hanging out with my boyfriend while he or I packed for a trip.

Great cover!

Debra Erfert said...

I've had that slow stroll on the beach, holding Mike's hand and talking about the future. It's romantic. And if we could walk into a private entrance of our very own beach house, that would even be better. But, on a normal date, we go to a movie, share a big pretzel and dipping cheese. lol.

Aimee Brown said...

I LOVE the cover! It looks great. I'm not too picky. I think any place can be romantic if you are with the right person his attention is on you. :) But honestly, everything is more romantic in warm places with chocolate!

Julia Lance said...

My hubby works 4 jobs and we are lucky to have him home one night a week. Anytime we get together alone is the best! However we are both a fan of 2 person candlelit baths! :)

Mary Preston said...

A romantic date is made by just being with the right person.

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Katie Watkins said...

Great cover! My idea of a romantic date is different than it used to be. A quiet dinner in an out of the way restaurant with a walk or hike is my favorite now! Thanks for the giveaway! lilacqueen75 ( at ) gmail ( dot ) com

Melanie Valderrama said...

A moonlit stroll on the beach is my favorite but I don't live near the beach anymore. These days I enjoy a quiet dinner!

Renae Mackley said...

I love it when whatever someone is doing with that special someone, a song comes on (out of the blue?) and the couple MUST slow dance to it. Lots of movies do this because you get to hold one another close.