Friday, 21 February 2014

A Girl Called Summer (Cover Reveal) - Lucy Lord

Pleased to be part of the GGBook Tour

Cover reveal for 'A Girl Called Summer'




About the book...
Island life is just one step away…

A new start…

Bella and Andy have escaped the rat race for the sun-drenched, relaxed lifestyle on the island of Ibiza. But with a run-down house to make habitable and a distractingly gorgeous neighbour, is their island idyll all that it seems?

A holiday adventure…

Tamara Gold has been Hollywood’s most notorious car crash since she was a child star. Now clean and sober, and engaged to Tinseltown’s hottest leading man, it seems like she’s finally conquered her addictions, if not her bratty behaviour. But a summer in Europe with all the hedonistic lures of Ibiza beckons…

A girl called Summer…

Summer Larsson has always known Ibiza as home: a haven of hippies, yoga and healthy eating – and loneliness. But in Bella, she’s found the friend she always needed, and when Bella’s glamorous Hollywood friends come to visit, it looks like she might have found true love as well…
This could be the summer that everything changes…

About the author...
She is that cliche, a journalist-turned-novelist. 
She used to write about terribly important things like hangover cures, and the best beaches in Ibiza, for publications including the Times, Guardian, Independent, Evening Standard, Time Out, Marie Claire and Arena. I now write about terribly important things, like - um - hangovers and beaches in Ibiza, for HarperCollins. Only now it's (mostly) fiction. 

She signed a three book deal with HarperCollins at the beginning of 2011, and the first in the trilogy, Revelry, came out last summer. Vanity is out now. A Girl Called Summer is planned for next summer, and there's even a short story prequel, Party Night, to give you a taste of what you're letting yourself in for. Actually, I'd highly recommend Party Night. It's funny.

Apart from reading and writing, she likes lying in hammocks, swimming in the sea, long lunches on beaches, cooking and throwing parties. She has no interest whatsoever in expensive shoes and handbags, and would rather spend her always-fluctuating income on having fun.

She lives with her musician husband in London and life is currently rosy, if always pretty chaotic.


Amazon Link: A Girl Called Summer