Okay, so I don't have much else today so I'm going to post another little promos :)
And for those who asked last time, I tend to make these with powerpoint. I've done it with other programs, but I am the most familiar with powerpoint so I find it to be the most intuitive. I'm sure I could make prettier ones with another program...maybe someday I'll have time to play around. Also, I'm seriously not a graphic designer, can you tell? LOL!
|This is actually my photo from a hike I did near the area where Surrender is set. I was imagining this spot while writing several of the scenes :)|
“You've owned me from the moment I walked into that music room. You've wrapped yourself in my heart and mind. I can’t get you out. I don’t want to.” ~ Rafael Van Rees
Sophie Fisher’s life is on fire. If she’s not ducking around corners or slipping out of windows to escape the debt collectors her father's death has left knocking on her door, she’s dealing with her rebellious, fifteen-year-old sister, Lilli. And, as if that’s not enough, Rafael Van Rees crashes into her life—literally—bringing with him a past the public has no idea of. Can she unravel his mysteries before he unravels her, or will his presence finally force her to face the demons she's trying to outrun?
Rafael Van Rees prides himself on being in control of his destiny, music and women. As far as he is concerned, his past is a black cloud in the distance--until he meets Sophie, that is, and his world spins out of control in more ways than one. He knows the darkest sins and secrets eventually reveal themselves, but when it comes to Sophie, he'll stop at nothing to protect her from his past. Even if it kills him.
**Mature Content Warning** 17+ for language and sexual content
Cecilia Robert writes YA, NA and Adult. She enjoys writing stories about people finding love in the
most unexpected places, coupled with adventurous journeys, whether it's urban, fantasy, sci-fi,
contemporary or paranormal romance. There's always a happy ever after, no matter how long it
takes to get there. When she's not working in my full time job, she dons her supermom cape, or in
most cases finds myself trapped between the pages of a book in search for a hero who'll make her
swoon with just a look or a word