Touch of Frost Revealed

Here she is, the face of Lauren Mclean in Touch of Frost.  I couldn’t have dreamed up a better image to represent the book if I’d had a year to do it.  Another testament to the talented designers at J. Taylor Publishing.

Here’s the blurb for this little lovely, due out on February 1, 2012 in eBook formats.

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Even the simplest of touches between Will Frost and Lauren McLean are forbidden.

To share love will surely mean death.

Since her granddad’s passing, Lauren has existed a few steps out of sync with the world. Desperate to feel the love only he offered her as a child, Lauren returns to the haven they once shared — a snow-covered cabin at the foothills of the Rockies.

It’s not the memory of her granddad that warms her ice-cold, frost-bitten body after being caught in a blizzard, though. It’s the man in whose bed she wakes.

Along with bringing life to her soul, Will stirs deep-rooted memories in Lauren and brings out the love she seeks.

What Will knows about himself — the secrets of his kind — he keeps hidden, forcing Lauren to search for answers, to question and ultimately put her life, and his own existence, in danger.

In love though, there is always a way.

Can Will get around the rules? Or will Lauren give up her life simply to have one last touch from Will Frost?

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Visit my website for some downloadable goodies for Touch of Frost, like a nifty desktop wallpaper for your PC.

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9 thoughts on “Touch of Frost Revealed

  1. I can’t wait to read this one..after I read the Galss Man..both look exciting….by my Daughter..the Author…..congratulations Jocelyn/Joanne….

  2. Congrats on this one, Jo. Your readers are going to love Willem (Man, I LOVE that name). This one has that same haunting quality The Glassman did, and no doubt will attract magnaminously (<<oooh, big word for me :))

    • Hehe, me too! 🙂 Will was actually Liam’s original name. Confusion with the whole force of will thing made me change it. 😦 I’m glad I found a character that fit the name again.

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