My publishers HarperImpulse did a lovely cover reveal on their blog yesterday for my new forthcoming series of books. Released between the beginning of December through to May 2015, the #LoveLondon series is hopefully a great way to soak up some London romance.
The first five books are short stories and the final book, Picnics in Hyde Park, is a novel.
Here are the amazing covers – I’m totally in love with them, as I’ve been very open about on Twitter 🙂 and I have the brilliant Steve Panton to thank for the designs, as well as my lovely Editor Charlotte Ledger who came up with the concept for the series.
What do you think?
And here’s a taster of the first three books…
Skating at Somerset House – released 4 December, available on pre-order now
There’s nothing Holly Winterlake loves more than Christmas and skating, so working as an Ice Marshall at London’s Somerset House is a dream come true.
Noel Summerford hates the festive season and is a disaster on the ice, so taking his godson to Somerset House is his idea of the nightmare before Christmas!
Things are bound to get interesting when these two collide…
With a forty foot Christmas tree, an assortment of well meaning friends and relatives, and a mad chocolate Labrador, will this festive season be one to remember … or forget?
New Year at the Ritz
New Year, New Love… or Old Love, New Start?
Everyone keeps telling Frankie Taylor that a new year is a time for new beginnings. She’s not so sure. Single for six months, she’s been more than happy on her own, thanks very much!
At least, that’s what she thinks until she receives a note on New Year’s Eve inviting her to follow the clues, and her heart, across Knightsbridge.
But who’s behind the romantic adventure? Old flame Christian who she loved for years and was always there for her, or new admirer and work colleague Zack, who has the habit of turning up in all sorts of unexpected places?
There’s only one way she’s going to find out…
Valentine’s on Primrose Hill
For Georgiana Dunn, life changed forever in the devastating moment that the lorry hit her car.
Scarred and scared, she’s not left the house in months.Then her mum buys her a puppy, forcing her to face the world again, walking on London’s beautiful Primrose Hill. But that doesn’t mean she’s looking forward to Valentine’s Day.
Leo devotes himself to working with children with special educational needs. In fact, he does very little else, and his friends are always telling him to get a (love) life. So when they challenge him to find a date for Valentine’s Day, and he meets a lovely but lost girl who looks like she could use a friend, he thinks he’s found the perfect solution.
But life has a way of being less than perfect … Will he be left standing on his own on the most romantic day of the year?
And coming soon…
I would love to hear your thoughts about the covers – do you love them as much as I do? Which is your favourite? Personally New Year at The Ritz holds an extra special place in my heart, but then again, I do love purple!
Happy reading and writing,
Love Nikki x