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Cover Reveal: Unexpected by KG Fletcher with Inkspell Publishing


Dear Alison,

3 posts in a row. 3's the lucky charm. You feel lucky, don't you? I would if I went to Ireland. Heck, I feel lucky now because I get to reveal K.G. Fletcher's cover for Unexpected.

And did you know AND THEN HE is STILL $.99 but that deal ends really soon. (I told you yesterday Amazon is fickle.) Here's the link in case you want to hop on over after Unexpected's cover reveal to pick up your own copy of AND THEN HE $.99. Oh yeah, you can pre-order Unexpected too, but first let's look at the cover........

Drum roll, please..............







MIND BLOWING ISN'T IT? Najla from Najla Qamber Designs bursts with talent. Wait 'til you see Starr Lost's cover. You'll feel even more lucky than you already do. (If that's even possible!)

UNEXPECTED BOOK BLURB:

Recently jilted Josephine Davis wasn't looking for love...A chance encounter along the sweltering highway with Atlanta's own millionaire bachelor changed all that. Devastatingly handsome and full of unexpected talents, William Prescott Harrington, III shows beautiful Josie a life that she could have only dreamed of...


PRE-ORDER UNEXPECTED here!! 

Don't forget AND THEN HE is $.99 SPREAD THE WORD! SHOUT IT TO THE ROOFTOPS!!

Well, Alison, three posts in three days. You won't here from me again until next week when I tell you all about the NEW ADULT SCAVENGER HUNT. I'm on #TEAMPURPLE. 

Sharing the writer love one letter at a time,
Kim

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