Friday, March 15, 2013

Cover Reveal: Need by Stephanie Lawton

I loved Want. I mean LOVED IT. It was ahead of its time, a New Adult book before NA had really taken ahold of the literary world. If you haven't read it yet, get your act together and grab a copy, okay, because the follow up, Need, is coming May 17th and you have to BE PREPARED!

Need is an ADULT ROMANCE, so don't get it twisted, my friends.

Need is much hotter and much more intriguing, as we get a look at life from Issac's point of view.

Isaac Laroche is cursed. All he wants to do is hide out and feel sorry for himself. Never mind that he got caught sleeping with his seventeen-year-old piano student, or that he abandoned her when the truth was exposed.
Isaac’s feisty high school sweetheart has different plans. Heather Swann has returned to their hometown of Mobile, Alabama, to regroup after breaking up with her troll of a fiancĂ©. She’s restless and looking for a diversion, but she bites off more than she can chew when she sets her sights on rehabilitating Isaac with her unorthodox sexual, mental, and physical plans.
The two quickly reconnect, but their happiness is threatened by family secrets, old vendettas and the death of a beloved father-figure.
Can Heather handle Isaac’s baggage, or will her own come back to haunt them both?

Now, I don't think I need to tell you how incredible these covers are. And as for the guy on the Need cover...I'll just keep my thoughts to myself so you don't get all TMI'd out, mmkay? In fact, I'm just going to stop looking at it now.  It's too much for me. 

After collecting a couple English degrees in the Midwest, Stephanie Lawton suddenly awoke in the deepest reaches of the Deep South. Culture shock inspired her to write about Mobile, Alabama, her adopted city, and all the ways Southern culture, history and attitudes seduce the unsuspecting.
A lover of all things gothic, she can often be spotted photographing old cemeteries, historic buildings and, ironically, the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Coast. She also has a tendency to psychoanalyze people, which comes in handy when creating character profiles.

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