For the last few days, I have been teasing people on my facebook pages about my latest release. Taking off a layer of tape each day as we got closer.
Today you get the full reveal: The cover, the Title and the Release Date! Woot! Woot!
…. SHOW ME THE COVER!
DOPPELGANGER! That’s the title! It’s going to release on February 7, 2017.
For those who can’t read the back because, let’s face it, that is tiny print on a screen… here is the blurb:
Julie Green was NOT having a midlife crisis.
Her move across the country from sunny LA to the unsuspecting town of Bucksville, New Hampshire, was NOT about her being up to her eyeballs in fake people and even faker tits. It was NOT about hating her job as a temp and most definitely did NOT have anything to do with her ex-boyfriend or his wife getting pregnant with kid number three.
No, this move was going to be her chance for a ‘do over.’ A quiet life in a quiet town.
Or, at least, that was the plan.
A case of mistaken identity thrusts her into the public eye, tossing her into in a world of flashbulbs and shadows. Not the ideal situation to meet her potential Mr. Right, but her newest temporary gig was unlike any she’d ever held. The chance of a lifetime… Will it get to be too much, forcing her to cut and run–or will she find out that love stories aren’t just for the silver screen?
Other platforms coming soon.
This book is unlike the others I’ve written in that, it’s not romantic suspense, like the Twin Flames Trilogy, it’s not specifically a romantic comedy like The ABC’s of Dee, though there is some humor, and it’s not dark like Enigma. Doppelganger is a light and fluffy romance. Just the thing my brain craved after the darkness that was Enigma. It’s still hard for me to think about that book.
This current novel going to be book one of a series… sort of… I have two other books written in first draft form (which means they need LOTS of work). These books will take place in this same fictional town of Bucksville, NH. There will be a few crossover characters but each novel will be a stand-alone, connected only by the town they all live it. I really loved the idea that even in a small town (like I live in) everyone has a story. A story just waiting to be told.