Would you like to see Fever Pitch’s cover?
Of course you would.
Here’s what it looks like side by side with Love Lessons.
SO MUCH HAPPY.
Book Two of the Love Lessons Series
September 2, 2014 from Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
(This is the draft blurb, but it’ll give you an idea.)
Beneath the façade of his pretty, popular-boy exterior, Aaron Seavers is friendless, ruled by a rigid but largely absent father, and clueless about everything, especially where he should attend college in only eight weeks. When geeky-cute Giles rescues Aaron at a party, makes him laugh and guides him through his first gay experience, Aaron goes home confident of two things—his sexual orientation, and where he’s heading to school in the fall.
When Giles Mulder’s popular-boy dalliance appears at Saint Timothy orientation, memories of his hometown’s soul-crushing hazing threaten his hard-won college haven. All Giles wants to do is forget the past, play violin and figure out what he wants to be when he grows up…but Aaron’s smiles are distracting, and when he sings, hopes Giles thought he’d long-ago buried soar on arpeggios through his heart.
Through friends, roommate crises, parental interference and most of all through music, Aaron and Giles learn true love doesn’t happen at a fever pitch—it’s a rich, swelling cord ringing all the way to happily ever after.
Warning: Contains showmances, bad parenting, Walter Lucas, and a cappella. Readers are advised they might well leave this novel with rediscovered inner strength and find themselves significantly buoyed by hope.