Wednesday, June 16, 2010
New Cover Art and some fun news
I. LOVE. IT!
It is so incredibly perfect. At one point in the story, Lily leaves Trace's Bible, badge, and rifle bullets on the quilt. Ashley Schrock, designer supreme, captured exactly what I had in mind. I love the red in the title and the quilt, because red is my favorite color. Yay, Ashley!
Here's a bit from the back cover of Lily and the Lawman, releasing later this summer:
Lily has never been so alone.
Her sister Violet has died and her niece Rose has been kidnapped. The U.S. Marshals who are supposed to be looking for Rose are ill and injured. Lily has two choices: find Rose herself (which she has no idea how to do) or trust Trace McConnell to find the baby for her. But Lily has trusted men for the last time. So maybe she will do this on her own.
Trace McConnell—almost-bad-boy-turned-local-lawman—would be happy to hunt down the kidnappers and return Rose to the intriguing Lily Whitman, except Lily won’t let him go alone. How is he supposed deal with kidnappers and killers when his mind and heart are so distracted by this frustrating woman?
Is a God whose ways seem inexplicable really a God who is trustworthy? Is He really with them, or has He forsaken them, despite what His Word says?
In other news, recently some very kind feedback was posted on The Edit Cafe regarding the characters in The Marriage Masquerade. Each week, JoAnne Simmons, editor of Heartsong Presents, posts feedback she has received on one or more titles. Hop on over and hear what one kind soul had to say about the characters in The Marriage Masquerade.