by Courtney Farrell
Book 2 in the Enhanced series
At the Institute, they breed the best and kill the rest. Sixteen-year-old Michelle is a survivor, but she’s a pawn in their game. A remote arctic military base mysteriously goes silent. The Institute’s founder needles his old enemy, the colonel, by sending teenagers to help. Michelle’s half-breed boyfriend Dillon makes the team, along with her hot ex, who won’t give her up. At the base, Norms attack. The rebels capture Michelle, but they’re not the brutal savages she imagined. Their cause is a just one. Will she take up arms against her own kind?
Meanwhile, Dillon faces his own temptations. As a half-breed, he’d never succeed at Headquarters, but military doctors think he’s special. The colonel offers him a sweet deal, with money, status, and beautiful girls. All Dillon has to do is wipe out the Norms who are harboring Michelle.
Love this cover! It was this cover that led me to Cover Me, Darling whom I used for the new cover of Speak of the Devil. Enjoying this book, too!
Grant enlists Rebekah to track down the Holmans and determine their connection to the viral outbreak. But uncovering Drew Holman’s secrets will lead her down a dangerous path—unearthing a deadly conspiracy she never could have predicted.
The first book in a two-part series from bestselling romance author Heather Topham Wood.
“Who are you?” I asked again, but this time with more urgency. He shook his head in reply and I pounded the ground in frustration. I had to know him. I had to find a man who could display so much raw emotion, but hid a heart of stone. Although the vision receded and I could feel him slipping away, I still refused to accept he would be a mystery I’d never solve.
My first book is out…again… and it’s new and improved! For those of you just tuning in, my publisher is closing its doors, so I got the rights to my book back. It’s repackaged and re-released. All ready to go!
Speak of the Devil
Book #1 in the Speak of the Devil series
Release Date: April 15th, 2015
After dying with her two best friends in a tragic car accident, Lily comes back to life only to wind up in the middle of a war between good and evil at a time when God has disappeared.
What happens when falling in love and falling from grace collide?
After dying in a car accident with her two best friends, Lily miraculously awakens to grief and guilt. She escapes to her dad’s to come to terms with the crash and meets some people at her new school who seem all too eager to help her heal. Sliding deeper into sorrow and trying to fight her feelings for two of them, she finds out who…what they really are and learns they are falling too.
Can she find the strength to move on from the past, reconcile her feelings for Luc, figure out a way to stop a divine war with fallen angels, and still pass the eleventh grade?
Today I thought I’d interview the cover model for my book Speak of the Devil to celebrate its release. Everyone, meet Ali! Click here for a few shots of her from Cover Me, Darling.
How did you get into cover modeling? How long have you been doing it?
My husband’s cousin was doing a few covers and told Marisa [from Cover Me, Darling] about my past in modeling. I have not been modeling for covers long.
How old are you (just curious since you’re on my young adult cover, you don’t have to answer )?
I am 25 years old.
How many covers are you on?
I am on 5 covers so far.
Do you read the books whose covers your on?
I just got one that I am on and hoping to get a chance to sit down and read it.
Which cover is your favorite?
One with my husband, I just love seeing him and I together
Are you a big reader? What kind of books / genres do you like?
I do enjoy reading, I really like reading mysteries. I like being on the edge of my seat.
Is modeling a full time job? If not, what do you do for a living?
Modeling is not my full time job. I work in daycare and in April I will be welcoming my first baby, so at that point I will be a stay at home mom.
What does a photo shoot look like… schedule wise, like a day in the life of a cover model?
Cover modeling is different from other modeling I have done. Cover model isn’t easy, its just more one on one with a vision already in mind. Mostly just a half day of taking pictures to suit a cover.
Have you had any embarrassing/awkward cover model incidences?
Taking photos with my husband is fun, but it can be odd to hold a kiss for longer then you usually do if front of someone or staring at each other trying not to laugh.
Do you remember the shoot for the image we used for Speak of the Devil and that I plan on using for the other two books in the series? If so can you tell us about that?
Yes, we actually took those images in my hometown, some were even taken in my dad’s backyard in the woods. I really enjoy being in front of a camera so spending a day getting tons of pictures is a blast for me.
Thanks for doing this! I love the pics Marisa has of you and they are perfect for my books!