When I flipped to the back cover I was shocked. *gasp* This lady is bloody gorgeous! She has such a beautiful and fresh face. I was completely blown away by the surprise of it. She wasn’t what I expected to be for sure LOL. She looks like a blond Charlotte from Sex and the City. The photograph is classy and depicts her as an intelligent woman. Even if she were hideous, the style of the portrait is so simple it would be hard not to like it.
Sometimes writers have pictures that are too cluttered and overwhelming: A woman galloping barefoot on a horse, a man inside a convertible in front of a mansion, and (the worst I’ve seen) a lady that looks like a fortune teller dressed in black rags with her hair down to her knees in front of a moor and some rocks.
I’m not sure why I’ve been rambling incoherently for so long LOL, the whole point of my post was that EJ is bee-you-tiful, and I’m really enjoying her book! *g*
**Yes, I’ve just realized it’s the second book in the Duchess Quartet, and I have the first one too, so I should probably go back and start with that one. *sigh*