Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Cover Reveal for Query Kombat Judge Lizzy Charles

I'm thrilled to reveal the cover for EFFORTLESS WITH YOU of our dedicated Query Kombat judge, Lizzy Charles. This lady has gone out of her way to ensure Query Kombat is a success, including encouraging her agent to take part. She is one of those writers that loves to give back and help her fellow writers. I'm so glad to be able to do something for her in return. And her cover is simply beautiful.




Effortless With You:
School is out and Lucy is ready for the perfect summer: lazy days at the pool, invitations to the most exclusive parties, and romantic dates with her hot new boyfriend. That is, until she lands in trouble one too many times and her parents issue the ultimate punishment: a summer job. Suddenly, the summer can't end fast enough.
To make matters worse, the job is painting houses with Justin, the most popular, egotistical guy in school. Spending all summer with Justin might be other girls' dreams, but definitely not Lucy's. After all, Justin is cocky, annoying, and a jerk. So what if he's the most beautiful jerk Lucy's ever seen? Or that his grin makes her forget she’s mad at the world? Or that maybe, just maybe, there's more to Justin than Lucy realizes. Only one thing is certain: it won’t be the summer she wanted, but it might be exactly the one she needs.

About Lizzy Charles:
When Lizzy Charles isn’t scrambling to raise her two spunky toddlers or caring for premature and sick babies as a neonatal intensive care nurse, she’s in a quiet corner writing or snuggled up with a novel and a few squares of dark chocolate. Black tea keeps her constant and she loves guacamole. She married her high school sweet heart, a heart-melting musician, so it’s no surprise she’s fallen in love with writing contemporary YA romance novels. 


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4 comments:

  1. WOOOO!!!! GO LIZZY! Awesome cover, by the way!

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  2. Yay, Lizzy! This is beautiful. Can't wait to read this:)

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  3. A really nice cover. I like the starshine in the "O" and the way the dodging gives the scene a hyperreal look.

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