I’ve been holding back with this long enough so, without much ado, here’s the brand new cover for Susan Miller’s book.
We have a tentative release date, by the way. February 15, 2015
I’m also rewriting part of the chapters I already wrote, and that means, you’ll get a reworked, hopefully absolutely awesome blurb, too.
Susan wants Ethan, and Chris wants Sue.
Drawn to Ethan and intrigued by Chris, Susan Miller finds herself caught between identical twin brothers who attend the same school as she does. This should work out wonderfully in her favor. The only problem in that awkward triangle: Chris wants Susan for the completely wrong reasons.
Nothing like his obliging and sweet brother, Chris Donovan has trouble written all over him. He changes his girls like other guys change their t-shirts, and his next trophy on his little black list is Susan. Frankly, that’s the last thing she wants, but for some reason she can’t explain, she finds herself responding to all the goodnight texts and other cheeky messages Chris sends her.
The guy has a way of getting under her skin like no one ever has before.
How long until she falls for his smooth charm and gets herself into more trouble than she can possibly handle?
And to make your mouth water, here’s a very short excerpt, just for the fun of it. ;-)
It was a good thing their guys came along just then and pulled the girls away. I headed for Science all by myself. Only, I didn’t walk alone for long. As I rounded the corner, someone draped his arm casually around my shoulders and said, “Hey, Sue.”
Looking up, I found a beautiful set of blue eyes trained on me. My smile was inevitable, but already the next instant I stiffened in wariness. Careful, Susan, I told myself. So with a distrustful frown, I asked, “And you are…”
“Chris.” He rolled his eyes as if tired of me not being able to keep him and his brother apart.
Heck, how could I? It was like trying to tell one grain of sugar from the next. Impossible.
“What do you want, Chris?” I snapped, not bothering to hide my disappointment about walking through the hallway with the wrong guy by my side. And to make my point clear, I picked his hand up with two fingers and removed his arm from my shoulders.
Instantly, Chris slid in front of me and blocked my way. He leaned against the metal door of a locker and folded his arms. Sporting a black leather jacket and ragged jeans, he didn’t look like a Peanut one bit, so maybe that was the way to keep them apart. From now on, I’d pay a lot more attention to their clothes. Hopefully the times of being fooled would be over.
“I’m curious,” he said with a smirk that rendered me speechless for a second.
Uh oh. One look at his face, and I knew he was trouble. I got that bad feeling deep down in my gut, almost like when you’re facing a Rottweiler and you know it’s going to bite you at your next move. Maybe it was just his black leather jacket, though.
He tilted his head, locking gazes with me. “Did you and Ethan kiss yesterday?”
“Keep your drool in, Spike,” I managed to say after I figured out how to function my vocal cords again. “What happens between your brother and me isn’t any of your business.”
Chris only laughed at that. “I knew it. He didn’t have the guts to kiss you.”
What the hell was that supposed to mean? The longer I stared at Chris’ face, the more he got on my nerves, so I decided not to question that last comment but pushed past him, brushing against his shoulder with mine.
“Have a nice day, little Sue,” he cooed after me, and I was once again tempted to flip him off over my shoulder. Ah, why actually not? My middle finger was the last thing he saw of me before I rounded the corner.
Don’t miss the first 4 books in this enticing teen romance series!