Review: Cover Girl by Nic Tatano

By Musing the Manuscript - 7:14 pm


Powerhouse romance editor Keira Madison is known as “Cover Girl” – because she’s come up with the concepts for the covers of the best selling novels in history. But right now, she’s desperate to replace her best selling author.

Rating: 4/5

When Keira's client and best friend, Rose, dies suddenly she's devestated. And starts desperately hunting for a new best seller, even scouring the slush pile of rejected manuscripts, for a suitable replacement for her best Author - someone with the same writing style Rose had, until she gets a call from an agent about a NEW must-read manuscript called Ring Girl, written by a mysterious author who doesn't want the public or Keira to know who they are.

Alex Bauer is an aspiring Author, a former journalist who got sick and tired of the politics involved - although he aspires to have his military thriller published, he discovers another genre that is more popular and its one in which male authors are few and far between. Romance is a genre that very few men write, and have success in, but he's determined to try! His best friend reminds him of a story he wrote for an ex-girlfriend and suggests that he fleshes it out into a novel.

When his agent suggests keeping his masculinity a secret, he wonders whether it will work - and how long they can keep it a secret. Will they be able to keep it quiet until his book has been published?

What will Keira's reaction be when she finds out that her newest best seller was written by a man?

Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Publication Date: 3 September 2015
RRP: £2.99 GBP {Ebook} 

 I received an ebook from the publishers via Netgalley for the purposes of a review, this review is my own personal view and is not required to be positive.

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