Congratulations to Patricia of Michigan for winning Phineas's book and giant poster! Thank you all for the comments! Please come back November 25th when I'll be giving away a T-shirt with Howard's book cover on it!!
Did that title catch your eye? Then the covers of my books should draw your attention, too, for they have been blessed with some spectacular half-naked men. Granted, it's the top half of the man that's naked. Avon wants the print copies to appear on store shelves without causing cardiac arrest. And we want you to be able to read them without hiding them in a lunch sack. So we're basically talking chests here. Gorgeous, rippled, drool-worthy chests.
Here's Howard's chest. Yes, he has a handsome face, but that takes about a millisecond to recognize before the gaze gravitates back to his chest. I've heard there's a girl in the picture, but I haven't noticed her yet. Oh right, the heroine, Elsa something or other. But back to Howard's chest. It's a bit gray in color, but that hasn't detracted from the delicious contours of his six-pack. Why gray? Because when he shifts into a bear, he turns gray for a few seconds. I guess Elsa what's-her-name is about to find herself hugging a big Kodiak bear. But that doesn't stop her from rubbing her hands over his gorgeous chest. It wouldn't stop me, either.
By the way, Howard's book, Wild About You, goes on sale November 27th. If you bought my historical romance, The Forbidden Lady, (and I hope you did!) then you got a sneak peek at Howard's book.
And here's Phineas's chest. Another piece of art from the Avon art department. Where do they find these guys? I've been to New York City several times, and I haven't seen these gorgeous men. If they ever appeared, there would be a twenty-car pile up on Park Avenue. But back to the chest. While Howard's chest is silver, Phineas's chest is gold. They did that so it would look like an old-timey Western photo. And the photo here is actually a giant poster of Phineas. When I did a booksigning at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Lexington, Kentucky, they made this giant poster and gave it to me. Wasn't that wonderful of them? The poster is six feet long and almost three feet wide! That is one big, hunky chest!
And it could be yours!! Yes, I am giving away the giant poster of Phineas today! One lucky person will win a signed copy of Phineas's book, Wanted: Undead or Alive, plus the poster of the book featuring Phineas's magnificent chest! International entries welcome. Just leave a comment about which romance hero you think has the best chest! Good luck!