If you’ve been following the blog, what I’m saying will sound really familiar. Kelsey Kingsley is one of my favorite authors. She has such a way with words that sticks with you for quite some time. I have the honor of being on her ARC team, so I’ve gotten to see some teasers from her next book, Warrior Blue.
Today is cover reveal day and it’s really an unique and beautiful cover. Keep on reading to take a look!
Title: Warrior Blue
Author: Kelsey Kingsley
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 12, 2020
Cover Artist: Danny Manzella
Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48052368-warrior-blue
Blake Carson can’t afford to have a life. Between working full-time as a tattoo artist and caring for his disabled twin brother Jacob, his plate is more than full – and he prefers it that way.
But his meticulous planning is turned on its head when he meets the upbeat and beautiful Audrey Wright and her butterfly tattoo.
Now, through a complicated maze of coincidence and fate, Blake begins to question if maybe there could be more to his life than just work and Jacob.
That is, if the guilt doesn’t eat him alive first.
With the help of Dr. Vanessa Travetti and a girl he doesn’t think he deserves, can Blake convince himself that even the bad guy deserves a happy ending?
“Hey, Blake,” Audrey answered, a smile in her voice.
“This is the second time you’ve called me in three days.”
“You’re keeping count?”
She scoffed lightheartedly. “Duh. I mean, I might be a grown woman, but deep down, I’m still a girl who has it pretty bad for this really hot guy.”
Kelsey Kingsley is the author of nine, almost ten, novels. She lives in New York with her family and a cat named Ethel. She loves tattoos, music, makeup, and Frasier reruns. Kelsey is a Slytherin. She curses a lot, and she fucking hates cheese.
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Believe me when I say you need to keep an eye out for this book! You won’t be sorry, because this author is amazing. We have a little less than a month until this release and I’m so excited! Have you ever read anything by this author?