Monday, August 26, 2013

Cover Reveal of Melanie Harlow's SPEAK LOW

Today I am so excited to reveal the cover of Melanie Harlow's SPEAK LOW which will be released November 4th.  I read SPEAK EASY, the first book in the series, and I really loved it. Melanie is one of the nicest writers that I've met and I'd love it if you supported her work. And actually, if you'd like to check SPEAK EASY for yourself, it's on sale right this entire week for only 99 cents.  Check it out!  

Also, Melanie is hosting a giveaway for a $25 Amazon gift card that you can enter right here.  

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Without further ado, the beautiful cover and a description of SPEAK LOW.


Synopsis:
We always want what we can’t have.

Tiny O’Mara is tired of living in a world where men make all the rules. After bootlegging enough whiskey to free her father from the DiFiore crime family, twenty-year old Tiny is determined to gain her independence.

But it’s going to cost her.

Her alliance with sultry Enzo DiFiore is based more on their explosive chemistry than loyalty or trust. But she’s promised him some information that will help him take revenge on The River Gang, and when he offers her a job, an apartment, and the prospect of nights spent together where anything goes, she can’t refuse—which only puts her further in his debt.

She needs gorgeous childhood pal Joey Lupo to help her again—when they’re not at each other’s throats, they make a good team, and her attraction for him is becoming impossible to deny. But after she rejects his offer to leave town together, he’s tempted to let her fend for herself.

As Enzo’s need for possession and power escalate and her feelings for Joey deepen, Tiny realizes her mistakes. She just hopes she gets the chance to fix them before it’s too late.

Genres:
Historical, New Adult, Romance


Melanie's Bio:
Melanie Harlow likes her martinis dry, her lipstick red, and her history with the naughty bits left in. SPEAK EASY was inspired by her cocktail-culture obsession, her affection for good gin, and the view from the end of her street. She lifts her glass to NA readers and writers from her home near Detroit, MI.


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