Today I’d like to share the cover of Adriane Boyd’s first novel, with all of you. You may recall that late last year I reviewed her novella Walking Away. I’m sure this new one, Moon Song, is going to be just as great.
Book Cover Design by Desiree DeOrto
Salem Keats has a plan. Finish her studies at Loyola as quickly as possible, prove to the Louisiana Child Custody Division that she has what it takes to care for her twin siblings Jasper and Margaret, and envelope herself in the strains of music that she creates with her violin. Then her lawyer delivers a 1, 2 punch by telling her that it would be best if she could show the judge that she is in a stable relationship.
Wyatt Crane has watched the girl who lives across the street for two years. When Salem gave him the cold-shoulder her first day in the neighborhood, he thought that would be enough to put him off her. Instead, when Salem shows up asking for his help it’s all he can do to remain aloof. One look into her tired eyes though, and he knows that this is the beginning of his end.
Brantley Howard spent a full year living under the same roof with Salem when they were teenagers. He knows her better than anyone else, and while Salem has placed him firmly within the friend zone, he longs to be all she will ever need. He’ll do whatever it takes.
When she’s forced to choose, what choice will Salem make?
If you’d like to check out Adriane’s novella, Walking Away, you can find it on:
Amazon | B&N | Kobo
About the Author:
Adriane is a mother and a writer who resides in Southeast Virginia. She enjoys music, writing, and snuggling up with a good book.
Walking Away is her first self published work, and she is also working on writing her first full length novel. if you can’t find her playing around on Facebook (which is unlikely), you can certainly find her at either her son’s school or one of his Tae Kwon Do lessons.
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