Cover Reveal for Where I Belong

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I’m happy to reveal the cover for my Novella, Where I Belong.

Life it seems is hell-bent on crushing Eva Chapman. Starting with the tragic loss of her brother, for which she is solely to blame, to the unfortunate turn of events that have landed her where she is now; on her knees, hiding behind the counter at a hole-in-the-wall bookstore, in wine-country of all places, with local police in hot pursuit. This was not the life she’d imagined for herself. And no amount of imagination or self-destructive behavior could ease this pain. Running is all she has now.

Fresh out grad-school, psych-degree in hand, and here he is manning the local coffee-shop/bookstore in his hometown of St. Helena. Rafe had never felt more a-drift and confused. The truth is, he’d never really thought this far ahead, and until sis returns from her post-2nd-divorce-meltdown-vacation this will have to do, that is, if he can survive the boredom. He did kind of enjoy the relaxing tourist vibe and routine flux of interesting local eccentrics in and out the shop every day, but it was the gorgeous hot mess that just dove over his counter that really caught his attention.

For more info on how you can get your hands on this novella, follow the party at https://www.facebook.com/groups/StHelenaVineyardKindleWorld/

Only available at Kindle Worlds

 

About Jill Sanders

Hi, I'm Jill. I write romance. Hot, steamy, sweaty, romance... Well, not always... That's just fun to say! More often it's a nice mix of soft, sweet contemporary romance with a hint of suspense.

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