Every month I choose my favourite cover from my TBR pile. This month I have chosen It Felt Like A Kiss by Sarra Manning.
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Ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn't have fallen in love with?
Ellie Cohen has it all. A great job at a swank Mayfair art gallery, loyal mates, loving family and really, really good hair. Well, almost - there's the mega-famous, rock-star father who refuses to acknowledge her and a succession of challenging boyfriends (which she calls 'fixer-uppers', her friends call 'losers'), but nobody's perfect.
Then a vengeful ex sells Ellie's secrets and a pack of lies to the press. Suddenly she's no longer the girl most likely to succeed, but a girl whose world is falling to pieces. For the first time in her life, Ellie can't deal - she's fighting to keep her job, her reputation and her sanity. So it's a relief when David Gold, her father's ruthlessly ambitious lawyer, arrives to manage the crisis - and Ellie. David might be handsome and charming, but he thinks she's a gold-digger and Ellie thinks he's a shark in a Savile Row suit.
'Strategic damage limitation' aren't the three little words Ellie wants to hear, so it's just as well that falling in love is the last thing on her mind.
I was immediately drawn to the cover of It Felt Like A Kiss, not only because of the silhouette couple (silhouette covers are my favourite), but because of the little details; the London skyline, the pretty railing and the shooting star and aeroplane in the sky. The colours along with the silhouette couple create a cover that is romantic and full of promise.
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