Thursday, July 24, 2014

✰★✰Rhett in Love Cover Reveal✰★✰
Rhett in Love is a new standalone book coming by New York Times Bestselling author J. S. Cooper. Rhett in Love is the sequel to the bestselling book, Rhett, but can be read without having read the first book in the series. There is a small teaser from Rhett in Love below.
 Thanks to Louisa of LM Creations for designing the beautiful cover. Thanks to Ellie of Love N’ Books for selling me the image shot by photographer Scott Hoover. The cover model on both Rhett and Rhett in Love is a model by the name of Hollis Chambers.
Rhett in Love Blurb
Rhett Madison and Clementine O’Hara were best friends for years before they decided to give dating a shot. Everyone around them thought they were perfect for each other, but neither one of them realized just how much their relationship would change once they got together.
They’d only been dating for a couple of months when they decided to move across the country and live together. Neither one of them were prepared for all the trials and tribulations they would face as a new couple living in sin, as Clementine’s Nanna called it.
Rhett’s still acting like he’s a bachelor and Clementine’s not sure if going from friends to lovers was the best decision they ever made. So they decide to enroll in a relationship course to see if they are meant to be together. Only it seems like Rhett’s more interested in the passionate side of their relationship, as opposed to the deeper more emotional side.
Hilarity and chaos ensues when Tomas and Jake come to visit and Rhett and Clementine are both faced with questions that could change their relationship status once again. Neither one knows what’s going to happen, but no-one ever said that the pathway from friends to lovers was going to be an easy one.
Rhett in Love will be released on September 23rd, 2014. You can add the book on Goodreads here.
Also, you can join J. S. Cooper’s mailing list to be notified when new teasers are posted and when the book is released. Join the mailing list here.
The first book, Rhett is now available!
“You can kiss my ass, Rhett Madison.” Clementine shouted at me as she slammed the bathroom door.
“Anytime you wish.” I rolled my eyes and walked out of our already messy bedroom and into the even messier living room. “Can’t even find a spot to sit down.” I groaned under my breath as I pushed Clementines books into the ground. I stared at them for a second before leaving them there; I knew that was going to be an issue as well, but I just didn’t care. Clementine and I had only been in Boston for two weeks, but already the romance of living together was wearing thin and we were starting to get on each others nerves.
“What did you say to me?” She walked into the bedroom, her face covered in what looked like mud.
“Sorry, who are you and what happened to my girlfriend?” I raised an eyebrow at her.
“What? Oh.” She giggled and touched her face lightly. “It’s a mask.”
“Uh huh.”
“It helps to take the impurities out of my pores.”
“Uh huh.”
“It’s good to prevent acne.” She continued.
“You don’t have to tell me all your secrets, Clementine.” I groaned. “Really and truly you don’t.”
“So I shouldn’t tell you about the hot guy that…” She started, but I cut her off by lifting her up and carrying her into the bedroom and dropping her on the bed. “Rhett, my mask is on the sheets.” She gasped as she looked up at me.
“I don’t care.” I grinned and collapsed on the bed next to her. “I don’t have time to talk about the sheets when I’m busy trying to do something else.”
“Rhett, is that all I am to you? A sex toy?”
“What do you think, Clementine O’Hara?” I grinned at her as she stared up at me with wide eyes. Her face looked like she was a monster with the green mask on, and I shook my head. “I certainly didn’t sign up for a sex toy that looks like she’s just seen a ghost.”
“Don’t!” She giggled. “You’re making me laugh. I can’t laugh or it will crack my mask.”
“That’s the least of your problems, Clemmie.” I laughed down and her and gave her a quick kiss. “What has my life come to? I’m kissing a monster.”

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