Monday, January 7, 2013

Cover Reveal!

Lost to You
A.L. Jackson's Prequel to Take This Regret


People come into our lives. Some stay, and many go. Some build us up, while most tear us down. They become our friends, our enemies, our lovers, our tormentors.

Christian Davison came into mine, and I knew I’d never be the same.

To Elizabeth Ayers, New York City had always been a dream. She’s worked her entire young life to make it here.

Groomed to one day take over his father’s law firm, attending Columbia University was Christian Davison’s only option.

Neither wanted anything more until they sat across from each other at a café table after being paired as study partners.

Christian wants her, but Elizabeth knows better than to give into their intense attraction. Yet there is little she can do to stay away.

Lost to You, the prequel to the bestselling romance, Take This Regret. A New Adult novella, recommended for readers 17+. It’s unnecessary to have read Take This Regret to enjoy Lost to You.  





A.L. Jackson is the bestselling author of Pulled, Take This Regret, and When We Collide.
 
She first found a love for writing during her days as a young mother and college student.  She filled the journals she carried with short stories and poems used as an emotional outlet for the difficulties and joys she found in day-to-day life.

Years later, she shared a short story she’d been working on with her two closest friends and, with their encouragement, this story became her first full length novel. A.L. now spends her days writing in Southern Arizona where she lives with her husband and three beautiful children. Her favorite pastime is spending time with the ones she loves.




4 comments:

  1. Sounds brilliant and I can't wait to read it!! Love Christian!!

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  2. Lovely cover image, really sensual. Good luck : )

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  3. Gorgeous cover, huge congrats, AL! Can't wait to read this next book of yours. You rock! :-)

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  4. Fabulous - love the font and those models....

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