Monday, July 19, 2010

Revisions and New Cover!


As promised, I'm posting the cover to my 10/10 Love Inspired Romance book, Fresh-Start Family. From the back cover:
"Please, It's a Matter of Life and Death!"
Civilian life is a strain for war hero Tom Garrison, but he's an expert at emergencies. And he puts his training to good use helping his lovely neighbor, single mom Jenna Atkins, and her sick son, Brian. Tom thinks he can rescue the family and walk away, but he's in for a big surprise. Despite his efforts, Jenna and Brian capture his heart---just as he captures theirs. Both Jenna and Tom have reason to be wary of letting anyone close. Can they overcome the past to give this family a fresh start at love?
Mark your calendars for October 2010 for my first Love Inspired Romance release. I love Jenna and Tom's story and hope you do too.
As I'm typing this I'm taking a quick break from doing revisions on my 3/11 Love Inspired Romance called In a Doctor's Arms. I'm desperately trying to get everything done before I head off to Orlando at the end of the month for the Romance Writer's of America annual conference.
So until next time, many blessings, Lisa Mondello

6 comments:

EllenToo said...

Lisa....I'll be looking forward to Fresh-Start Family. Just the first line from the back cover makes me want to read it.
Hope you get everything done before you leave but don't make yourself sick so you can't enjoy the conference.

Missy Tippens said...

Very sweet story and cover, Lisa!

Julie Hilton Steele said...

Looking forward to both! Sounds like an intriguing story for the first and title for the second!

PamelaTracy said...

I'm laughing because, Lisa, in real life, isn't your best hero named Tom?

Kim Watters said...

Another beautiful cover. I look forward to reading it. Hope you get everything done before conference (wish I was going) but don't sweat it. Have a wonderful time.

Lisa Mondello said...

hehe. Yeah, Pam, my husband's name is Tom. In fact, he was a Marine too and I did get some stories from him to use in this books. When I started writing the story I started out using his name figuring I'd change it when the right "hero" name jumped out at me. Didn't happen. I liked Tom so the hero's name stayed Tom.