Cover Reveal: The Affair, Book One in The Evolution Of Sin Trilogy

It’s here!

The gorgeous cover of my soon-to-be-published erotic romance novel, The Affair, was made by the remarkably talented Najla Qamber and I am in love with it.

The woman on the cover is Giselle Moore, the exotic artistic ingenue, and the painted scene depicted on her legs represents the setting of her weeklong affair in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Here is the blurb:

Is a week of passion enough to warrant changing their lives forever? 

Italian born Giselle Moore is reinventing herself for the second time in her short twenty-four years of life, trading in her bohemian artist’s life in Paris for the grit and glamour of New York City where the family she hasn’t seen in years awaits her. But before beginning her new life, she travels to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico searching for a week of relaxation and reprieve before barreling into her turbulent future.

She never expected to meet the handsome and enigmatic Frenchman Sinclair on the plane and she certainly never would have imagined herself accepting his proposal for a weeklong, no-strings-attached affair. Giselle has never experienced anything as heady as Sinclair’s controlled seduction and cool yet devastatingly erotic commands and she finds herself powerless to stop the ferocity of their passions, even when she discovers he has a partner back home. The last thing she needs in her life is another complication, yet as the week wears on, she finds it surprisingly easy to relinquish control to Sinclair, a man she knows nearly nothing about. And to her horror, the one thing she promised never to submit, her battered heart, is just as easily captured in the business mogul’s unyielding hands.

So, what do you think of the cover!? Do you love it as much as I do?

The Affair. Book One The Evolution of Sin. Giana Darling.

The Affair Blurb

My first novel The Affair — a contemporary erotic romance about a young artist and an enigmatic businessman who meet and begin an affair on vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico — has been edited, formatted, beta read and now it even has a (GORGEOUS) cover courtesy of the amazing Najla Qambar! So, I am finally ready to release the blurb and announce that before January is done we will have an official release date!

Is a week of passion enough to warrant changing their lives forever? 

Italian born Giselle Moore is reinventing herself for the second time in her short twenty-four years of life, trading in her bohemian artist’s life in Paris for the grit and glamour of New York City where the family she hasn’t seen in years awaits her. But before beginning her new life, she travels to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico searching for a week of relaxation and reprieve before barreling into her turbulent future.

She never expected to meet the handsome and enigmatic Frenchman Sinclair on the plane and she certainly never would have imagined herself accepting his proposal for a weeklong, no-strings-attached affair. Giselle has never experienced anything as heady as Sinclair’s controlled seduction and cool yet devastatingly erotic commands and she finds herself powerless to stop the ferocity of their passions, even when she discovers he has a partner back home. The last thing she needs in her life is another complication, yet as the week wears on, she finds it surprisingly easy to relinquish control to Sinclair, a man she knows nearly nothing about. And to her horror, the one thing she promised never to submit, her battered heart, is just as easily captured in the business mogul’s unyielding hands.

If you are as excited as I am for the release email me at gianadarling[at]gmail[dot]com or comment bellow with questions or just to say hi!

xoxo

Giana

A Little Introduction

Hi, I’m Giana.

I’ve been writing since the fourth grade when a student teacher prompted our class to write a short story for Halloween. I can still remember how fast my heart was beating, how my hand cramped as it struggled to keep up with the pace of my rapid fire thoughts. I even remember the shape of the poster sized paper, formed, befittingly, into a giant pumpkin. The teacher stapled each pumpkin to our grade bulletin board in the hallway and I remember just having to stop and stare at it each time I walked by. When they finally took the stories down, I couldn’t get over it. My words had been out in the world and I was unwilling to stop there. So, I went home, borrowed my mother’s computer (an ancient IBM laptop), and typed the story out. When I’d finished that, I started writing more and I have yet to stop.

I have wanted to be an author since that fateful day all those years ago and this year, I am finally making it a reality. Stay tuned for more about my upcoming romance novel, The Affair!