Friday, September 27, 2013

"Run for the Roses" Cover REVEAL!

Today, I am honored to help reveal the cover for "Run for the Roses" by the lovely, Rachel Schieffelbein! It's is such a gorgeous cover and you get the chance to vote for which cover you, the readers, like best! Such a neat idea!

Take a look!!

Run for the Roses

Release Date: 11/2013
by Swoon Romance

Summary from Goodreads:
Abigail Conrad has spent her whole life training for one goal: to win the roses at the Arabian Youth Nationals. She’s given up friends, a social life, and doesn’t have time to even think about guys -- much less date!

Now that she’s headed off to college in the fall, it’s her last chance to be a Youth National Champion, and she won’t let anything distract her from that dream.

Except maybe Chase, the older brother of Abigail's biggest rival. He’s charming, funny, and possibly Abigail's biggest problem. How can she focus on riding when her mind keeps wandering to Chase’s green eyes and confident smile?

With her dream on the line, Abigail had better learn to fight her growing attraction to Chase, or she might end up losing the roses and the guy.

Please help 
Swoon Romance decide which cover to use by voting below:

About the Author

Rachel grew up in a tiny town in Minnesota. She still lives there, with her husband and their four kids. She coaches high school speech and theater, rides Arabian horses, reads as much as she can, and writes stories.

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Such a lovely cover! Congratulations to Rachel! I know which one I picked. Make sure to vote for the cover - I can't wait to read this book! :)


  1. Congrats Rachel! Both are gorgeous, but I vote for colour. The voting thing didn't load for me here, but I already voted somewhere else. :)

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  3. I really enjoyed Run for the Roses, and I felt an instant connection with Abigail. Shows can be very stressful, especially if you don’t take the time to stop and smell the roses. By focusing solely on her placing, Abigail lost out on a lot of fun. I’m glad that she did finally learn that the journey is more important than the outcome. If you like horse books, don’t hesitate to give this one a read.