Thursday 27 March 2014

Cover Reveal & Giveaway - Forever Layla by Melissa Turner Lee

Forever Layla
Release date: May 27, 2014
Publisher: AltWit Press

Book Summary:
What if the woman you envied most is the person you are destined to become?

In 1994, high school senior David Foster was the lackey and soundboard geek for his best friend's grunge band. During spring break, the band lands a dream gig playing at a motel in Myrtle Beach, SC. David expected all the girls to ogle the guys on stage, but when a beautiful blond "Bond Girl" approaches him and calls him by name, he's shocked to find out she knows more about him than a stranger should.

She even knows about his notebooks and his visions of time travel.

What she thought was a quick time-travel-sightseeing trip takes a surprising turn when she meets the young adult version of the man she'd heard stories about as a child. His fairy-tale romance with the woman he'd loved, Layla, inspired her to accept nothing less than a love just as strong...but hopefully not as tragic. When she won't tell the younger version of him her name, he calls her Layla--and the world as she knows it changes forever.

About the author Melissa Turner Lee

Melissa Turner Lee holds a BA in Communications with a concentration in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. She has studied fiction writing since 2008, attending various writing conferences and workshops, along with guidance from professional writing coaches. She resides in Spartanburg, SC with her husband and 3 sons.

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  1. I'm going to say it straight away: time-travel romances aren't my thing! I tried to read quiet a few of them, and most of the times even just the synopsis kind of bores me to death. What's the point if you already know what's going to happen? OR Why should a modern woman want to live 5 (or even more) centuries ago where even taking a bath was a luxury, the most common healing practices involved getting your blood sucked by leeches, women were likely to die trying to giving birth and had no real safe method to prevent even getting with child and barely had even speaking rights when in company of men? I could had more to the list of reason why going back in time for a modern woman might be a bad idea...and this is coming for a lovery of historical romance books!
    ANYWAY the book shows no such big time travel (forgive my digression above...I just think of those books when I read time-travel...) and the summary really caught my attention, which is why I am actually taking part into trying to win a copy for it :P It sounds interesting and my sort of book (time-travel plot device aside) so I really hope I'll get hold of one of the ARCs copies.

  2. I love time travel books and movies alot and I find the story very compelling! The cover of the book also looks great!