Saturday, September 7, 2013

New Cover Reveal: Chocolate Aftertaste by Liz Grace Davis (Great Giveaways)

I'm so very excited to finally show you the new cover for Chocolate Aftertaste. Although I loved the old cover, I think the new one is more what I had envisioned for the story. It does tell the story. To celebrate the reveal, there are great prizes. Use the rafflecopter at the end of the post to enter. Also, Chocolate Aftertaste will be 0.99 cents for a limited time. So, grab your copy, if you didn't already.
Here is the cover:
Previous Cover

New Cover


Nora Darkin’s life has never been her own, but that’s about to change, and what she finds on the other side will taste a lot like sweet freedom.

Aidan Darkin, a wealthy entrepreneur, has controlled his daughter, Nora, since the death of his wife years prior. Nora never thought to question the decisions he made for her, always believing he knew best. But trust comes with a price, and for Nora, the sacrifice is her own happiness.

On the eve of Nora’s wedding, confronted with a truth that will change everything and a betrayal that will fracture the life she’s always known, she will do the unthinkable—defy her father and make her escape.

On her own for the first time, Nora makes the quaint country town of Dreara, known for its extraordinary chocolate, her temporary home. Faced with choosing for herself for the first time in her life, Nora sets out to capture her own independence, to fall in love for the right reasons with a man of her own choosing, and embark on a journey that will fulfill her soul—even if that means risking it all, and losing more than she ever imagined.
But even a place known for its chocolate doesn’t offer Nora the sweet beginning she’d hoped for.

For a limited time, Chocolate Aftertaste is only 99 cents. Get your copy today!

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  1. I really liked the original cover, but I like the new one even better.

  2. I like storylines that feature small, quaint ocean front towns. I am looking forward to reading "Chocolate Aftertaste". Thanks for offering this giveaway. :-)

    1. Terrie, I love such stories as well. That's why I enjoy write them.Thank you for your interest. I hope you will enjoy the book.

  3. I love the first cover and the last one is very pretty, too, Liz. I don't know which one I like better but you're right, the most recent cover might appeal more to a general audience. As an older woman, I prefer the quiet ocean front scene, it really gives a look into the setting of your book. But I understand the change, and I love the title, too. Good luck.