I’ve had some extra time this weekend since I’m recovering from minor surgery, so I took the time to revamp my cover for Collision. I always said I was going to rework it after I wrote the sequel, but since I’m still not sure when that’s going to fit into my schedule, I figured why wait? Anyway, I really like the ending result and I think it stands out a lot more than the old cover did!
When eighteen-year-old Kara Jones gets into a car accident on the way home from college, she’s left with more than a few bruised ribs, a busted cell phone, and a totaled car. After a slip-up at the hospital, she’s shaken to discover that her family isn’t all it seems. And now her mother’s strange behavior and willingness to do anything to protect her secrets—including pulling Kara out of school—have Kara floundering in the dark.
Enter Derek Miller, a former classmate who’s dealing with family issues of his own. His nerdy charm is too much for Kara to resist, and she’s even more amazed when he agrees to help her dig into her mother’s past. Together they investigate her mother’s old friends and boyfriends, hoping to discover who Kara really is. Instead, they find disturbing connections to the dark history of Kent State University, and an ever expanding maze of mystery surrounding Kara’s birth.
As Kara and Derek chase secrets, she realizes he’s the only person she can trust. But as they get closer to the truth, the disturbing answers reveal a web of evil far darker and further reaching than they’d imagined, leaving Kara to wish she’d never asked the questions in the first place.
Collision is on Sale!
Until September 10th, Collision was only available on Amazon. Now that it’s up and running on B&N, Kobo and Google Play, I wanted to get the word out. That’s why I’m dropping the price to $0.99 for 2 weeks.
FYI: I’m working on changing it on Google Play and Kobo, so if it isn’t there when you look, check back. Those sites are not as user friendly as Amazon and B&N.