Not only that, but I realized that the blurb I had for my first book was just too darn long! Talk about saying one thing and doing another! So, I changed it. Yup. That blurb I worked so hard on for the first book got ditched.
I realized it would not make me buy the book. It gave too much information and I was probably losing some people. That is what is cool about blogging. The whole process makes you think. Thinking makes you realize that you might need to make some changes yourself!
One Man: Stunningly handsome; with desires that burn relentlessly inside of him.
Two Dreams: Become a great artist; an even greater lover.
The scene: For an artist, Paris is a hotbed of new ideas. For a lover, nineteenth century women can only dream of a man who cares if he actually satisfies them.
The problem: No training, no money, no connections. In nineteenth century France naïve young men, hoping to achieve impossible dreams, die in the gutters of Paris every day. And, he is a virgin…so far.
The tools: Raw, natural talent. Willingness to learn. Incredibly irresistible. The vow to stop at absolutely nothing in order to achieve his goals.
Gastien Beauchamp, Paris is yours for the taking.
Sometimes, the “impossible” is possible. But the cost can be extremely high.
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