March 11, 2015

Tyburn by Jessica Cale @JessicaCale #RLFblog #historical

Tyburn 
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today's featured book is Tyburn by Jessica Cale.

Genre Historical Romance
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Sally Green is about to die.
She sees Death in the streets. She can taste it in her gin. She can feel it in the very walls of the ramshackle brothel where she is kept to satisfy the perversions of the wealthy. She had come to London in search of her Cavalier father. Instead, she found Wrath, a sadistic nobleman determined to use her to fulfill a sinister ambition. As her friends are murdered one by one, survival hinges on escape.
Nick Virtue is a tutor with a secret. By night he operates as a highwayman, and any day that doesn't end in a noose is a good one. Saving Sally means risking his reputation, and may end up costing him his life.
When a brutal attack throws them together, Sally must choose between the tutor and the highwayman; between new love and an old need for revenge.

About the Author

Jessica Cale is a historical romance author and journalist based in North Carolina. Originally from Minnesota, she lived in Wales for several years where she earned a BA in History and an MFA in Creative Writing while climbing castles and photographing mines for history magazines. She kidnapped ("married") her very own British prince (close enough) and is enjoying her happily ever after with him in a place where no one understands his accent.

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11 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for having me! I hope you're all having a wonderful day! :)

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  2. Welcome. :) Glad to have you here.

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  3. I love the dark feel to the cover. Interesting premise.

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  4. Sounds suspenseful. Hope you see lots of great sales!

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  5. Great cover and a very interesting snippet.

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  6. Thank you so much, everybody! I love the cover, too. The artist did a great job! It fits the mood perfectly - the book is very dark in parts and definitely suspenseful. Thank you all for stopping by!

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  7. I think the green in the image really sets off the bright aspects of the cover, while bringing in the background as well.

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    1. I agree! The moon is a nice touch, too -- keeps it from being too gloomy. The light is just wonderful. I love that she managed to make it eye-catching while maintaining the darker mood!

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  8. This is on my TBR! Can't wait to read it!

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    1. Thanks, Tami! I hope you enjoy it! :)

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