Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Reconstructing Jackson

Reconstructing Jackson by Holly Bush has a brand new cover designed by yours truly! Holly has been very successful with her Prairie Romance series with sepia-toned covers, but she felt it was time to offer them in print and bring them to life in full color. We previously revamped the covers of Romancing Olive and Train Station Bride, and Reconstructing Jackson completes the sepia-to-color conversion.

Before & After:

What do you think? Here's the book description:

1867 . . . Southern lawyer and Civil War veteran Reed Jackson returns to his family’s plantation in a wheelchair. His father deems him unfit and deeds the Jackson holdings, including his intended bride, to a younger brother. Angry and bitter, Reed moves west to Fenton, Missouri, home to a cousin with a successful business, intending to start over.

Belle Richards, a dirt poor farm girl aching to learn how to read, cleans, cooks, and holds together her family’s meager property. A violent brother and a drunken father plot to marry her off and gain a new horse in the bargain. But Belle’s got other plans and risks her life to reach them.

Reed is captivated by Belle from their first meeting, but wheelchair bound, is unable to protect her from violence. Bleak times will challenge Reed and Belle's courage and dreams as they forge a new beginning from the ashes of war and ignorance.

Reconstructing Jackson is available in ebook and paperback on AmazonBarnes & Noble, and Smashwords! Check out Holly's website for the scoop on all of her books.

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