#CoverReveal “Unconventional Love” by J. Hart

TITLE: UNCONVENTIONAL LOVE

GENRE: Contemporary Romance/Coming of age

Tropes: Mature YA, coming of age, second chance, self-discovery

Author: J. Hart

Cover By: Book cover by design

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BLURB:

When you’re young, there’s always that one kid who doesn’t fit in:

too fat, too poor, too quiet, too annoying… the list goes on and on.

The thing is, that had been me. I’d been that kid.

I hadn’t fit gracefully into life’s jigsaw puzzle; I’d been that piece in the wrong box. Cocooned in the wrong life, I’d been like a butterfly waiting to emerge, waiting to take flight, and at eighteen, that’s what I’d done.

Hope had soared as I’d unfolded my wings. I’d been free to start a future of self-discovery. It had been time—time to finally find the right box and complete my journey.

I’d never imagined myself where I am today or who I am today.

This is that story of how I found an unconventional love, one I choose for eternity.

Authors note:

I truly believe that all readers should go into this story blind to gain the full impact of the journey. Unconventional Love should only be read by a reader over the age of 18 and one who has an open mind.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Janice Hart lives in the North West of England. She enjoys reading contemporary romance and sharing all about the great books she may have read on her blog and on other social platforms.

Janice is a wife to her husband Robert and has been for over 27 years (yes, that’s a long time!). She has two children, Yvonne and James, and two Grandchildren, Jaxon and Thomas. Janice also has a bossy little Shihpoo called Maisey.

Following the death of her Dad on the 16th May 2020 and during the Covid-19 lock-down Janice embarked on a new journey and wrote her first book.

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/j.har…

THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO: My Dad, Denis.



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