Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Cover Reveal and Giveaway: Ruin by C.J. Scott

 OMG people! I think that you are going to LOVE this cover! I do!

Dun, Dun, Dunnnnnnnnnnn.....!








 Bahaha, told you! Are those abs likable or what? Anywhoooo, heres what the book is about, then below you will find the giveaway I know you stopped by for!

Kate Bell isn't perfect. Not even close. The things she got up to in college would cause her parents to fall off their pedestals in shock. Home for the summer vacation, Kate settles in for a long, boring break in the tiny backwater of Winter with folks who still treat her like she's twelve.
Then Ben Parker arrives and suddenly Winter gets interesting. He's hot, mysterious and good with his hands. Kate falls for him instantly, but her cop father warns her to stay away. But how can she stay away from someone as compelling as Ben? Someone who thinks she's perfect just the way she is?
When Ben's secrets catch up to him, not only is Kate's heart in danger of being broken, but Ben's entire future could be ruined. 
RUIN is a new adult contemporary romance intended for mature readers. It contains strong language and sexual situations.



Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18168745-ruin?ac=1


AUTHOR BIO:
C.J. loves reading stories that take her away to another world. If she’s in the middle of an amazing book, she’ll keep reading while cooking or cleaning (when she can be bothered doing either).

She likes interesting artwork but can’t paint, sketch or make anything more complicated than a snowman from plasticine. She enjoys beautiful gardens but hates gardening. She also hates housework, cooking (see above) and writing about herself.

C.J. loves connecting with readers. The best place to interact with her and other fans is via her Facebook page. That’s where she posts teasers and other stuff from her books.

Author links:
Website / Goodreads / Facebook

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1 comments:

Eva Millien said...

Thanks for sharing Ruin and the giveaway. This sounds like a great book. evamillien at gmail dot com