Cover Reveal: Party Lines

I considered doing a cover reveal, or sitting on this until my own exhaustion from Private Politics’ release faded, but I’m crap at keeping secrets. So here’s something pretty for your Monday: the cover for Party Lines.

Party Lines Cover

Gorgeous, right? I think it’s my favorite cover for the series.

I don’t have a full blurb yet, but here’s the log line: “As a presidential campaign rages, and a reckless affair becomes a relationship, a cynical Democrat and an ambitious Republican will have to choose between party loyalty and their hearts.”

You have a wait four whole months for the book to be out, but it’s already available for presale at AmazonB&NKobo, and Google Play with more venues to follow soon. You can also add it to your Goodreads shelves.

10 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: Party Lines

    1. Me too! I think it emphasizes how their relationship takes place off-stage in this space where they aren’t who they are in their professional lives, calling into question who they are at all.

      Just before Private Politics came out, I re-read it and realized that Alyse is constantly thinking about shoes–hers and other peoples. But whenever Liam looks at her, her shoes are always off. I didn’t write it intentionally, but it was this perfect, unbalanced binary. So I’m glad that here, Lydia’s shoes are off.

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