Yep, the Rise Again Warrior series got another cover make over. Why? Well, because I’m really hard to please sometimes.
Nah, not really, but okay, maybe.
The truth is that while I loved the first covers, they didn’t fit the genre I wanted them in. The second batch of covers that I did last month, well they were better, but they still didn’t hit my heart when I looked at them.
Now this third batch has been under design for a couple of weeks and we have tried a whole lot of designs, a whole lot of male models to get the right look.
Then, I took two different versions, one dark, one brighter, and put them up to vote with some select readers who love the series. The brighter covers won the majority of the votes.
I think I might be happy enough with these that I’ll leave them alone for a while and let you all enjoy the books!
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After a lot of thought, and quite a few polls to see what readers thing, I have decided to change the cover of the Rise Again Warrior Series.
As this series could fall into two different genres, Romance & Women’s Fiction, it’s also Military Fiction and Family and Relationships. So, finding the right cover to hit all those genres can be difficult. I’m hoping that everyone loves the new covers that will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks.
With each main military character, we have the shadow of the warrior they used to believe they were. These stories are about reclaiming those warriors and helping them find a new normal now that their military careers are over.
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Staff Sergeant Shane Logan is lucky to have come from a privileged family, and after losing both of his legs in the war, he now has the best prosthetics that money can buy. While he attempts to move forward with life, he struggles with the past and the way people react to him and his disability.
Doctor Lauren Falcone works tirelessly to help veterans deal with the trauma and pain of their deployments. Her unique approach at therapy keeps her busy. It also works with her own insecurities as she helps these men and women recover mentally.
When Shane meets Lauren at a fundraiser for his father?s organization, he wonders if his deceased brother has sent him an angel. Someone who can look past his flaws, and see the man he is inside.
Shane and Lauren are pulled together by their hope to make life easier for veterans, both physically and emotionally. Their goal is to build Shane?s dream organization, Rise Again Warrior, that will assist veterans to integrate better into society, and have the opportunity to receive state of the art technology and therapy.
Now, if they can only have faith in themselves, learn to deal with their own demons and believe in each other, they might find a way to bring this dream to fruition.