Today is a great day at RWoWA. We have a guestpost by Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku who first released her contemporary romance, Sparkling Dawn, in July 2011. She’s here to tell us why she’s giving the book a new look and a revamp of the novel.
Why Rebrand Sparkling Dawn?
Chloe and Warren’s love story is a wild and windy saga, laced with mind-blowing intrigue. Readers have to wait till the very end of the tale to put the puzzle together.
It has received flattering reviews and great critique too.
Sparkling Dawn is undergoing a good session of being stripped bare to be re-published. Chloe and Warren’s story is being sharpened to trim off the formal tone and flowery language.
The blurb was also re-arranged to deliver excitement and intrigue.
I’m so excited to revisit their story and I hope readers will also find the new cover interesting and mysterious.
Years ago, Chloe developed a secret crush on Warren, but a painful event led her to believe she had been set up. To preserve family ties, she kept the humiliating incident and her subsequent actions secret.
Now, a high-powered freelance fashion journalist, Chloe intends to live her jet-set life to the fullest, until her former crush unexpectedly knocks on the door.
Warren is still drawn to Chloe and has no idea why she holds back from him. Will they reconcile, or will Chloe’s secret tear Warren’s family reputation apart?
Sparkling Dawn – Snippet
His fingers rubbed her spine, setting her body alight. “And what?” She moaned against his lips.
“What have you found out?” She purred. Where their thighs met, lightning surged in both directions.
“That you’re__” She found the sexual strength to kiss him into silence. He promptly shut his mouth. She ran her fingers across his torso and his ribs. Feeling molten inferno searing her body, she went for quick strokes of his hardening nipples.
Warren’s control snapped.
Lowering his wayward hands to mold her firm butt, he worked his way up her back. Kissing her bare shoulders. Chloe squirmed in his arms.
The Buy Links will be provided once the new book is available. Watch out!
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The best news about this experience is the truth that fellow authors are so helpful.
I want to extend my sincere gratitude to a few fellow authors; Dorothy May Mercer, Simone Beaudelaire, Bryden Lloyd and members of Romance Writers of West Africa who have spent valuable time helping out with editing, the blurb and cover.
Please leave your comments, especially about the book cover. It is still under processing.
Thank you for having me here.