Thursday, October 29, 2009

Tempting Eden Cover Copy

You know what the front looks like (see below). As promised some time ago, here's the back cover copy for Tempting Eden:

Set against the backdrop of Regency England comes a scorching new novel about a perfect gentleman and the imperfect woman who makes him forget all his good intentions.

Eden Emery is no stranger to sin. To keep her sister safe from harm, she’s paid a steep price with her body—and very nearly lost her soul. But when Baron Ivor Hartford, the very Devil himself finally dies, her troubles are far from over.

Major Stuart Hartford, the late baron’s nephew, is in the market for an honorable wife, but first he has to take care of the matter of his Uncle Ivor’s ward—a young woman who makes him question the virtue of being proper. For the passion she incites burns away his inhibitions and inflames his heart.

But Eden has vowed to never again cede her destiny to a man. And Hart is left with no choice but to tempt the temptress herself, to show the woman he longs to possess forever that passion can heal, that the sins of the past can be overcome, and that submission can be the greatest power of all.


Elyssa Papa said...

Scorching hot!

I've been lucky to read TEMPTING EDEN, and all I can say is that I'm jealous of anyone who gets to read it for the first time.

This cover copy makes me want to reread TE all over again. :-)

Marnee Bailey said...

Wow, Maggie! These are absolutely fabulous! :) You definitely got kissed by the Cover Gods.

I think both sound fabulous and I can't wait to read them.

Tiffany Clare said...

God I love that back cover copy. I'm so happy to see this almost on the shelves. I've loved this book since the very first snippet you posted a year and a half ago... or was it longer????? God time flies.

irisheyes said...

Maggie, that is incredible! I really love wounded heroines and the strong men it takes to heal them. This one sounds like a keeper. I can't wait.

Maggie Robinson/Margaret Rowe said...

Thanks, Marnee. I feel really spoiled with 2 completely gorgeous covers.

Irish, Eden sure is tortured, poor thing.

Tiff, I think I started writing this in the spring of 2007! And Ely, I'm going to have to read it all over again so I can remember what happens, LOL.

Terri Osburn said...

That last sentence is almost as powerful as the first sentence of the novel. Wow.

This is so cool.

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it