Thursday, April 4, 2013

COVER REVEAL: THE OTHER FISH IN THE SEA, and SHARK BAIT by JENN COOKSEY

* deep breath* I am so so so excited to be sharing the cover reveal for The Other Fish in the Sea, along with the re-reveal of Shark Bait, with you today. This series is my #1 obsession, I'm not even joking. And if you even read one chapter of Shark Bait, you'll see why.
 
Now on to the reveals!
 
 
 

Title: The Other Fish in the Sea
Series: Grab Your Pole #2
Author: Jenn Cooksey
Release Date: Spring 2013


Camie and Tristan are back and so are their friends! Dive deeper into the lives of the GYP gang with The Other Fish in the Sea, the second installment in the Grab Your Pole Series by Jenn Cooksey.

**Due to language and some adult content, this book may not be suitable for readers under the age of 16.**





Cute, right? Now take a look at the new cover for Shark Bait!
 (Best $0.99 you'll spend)
 
 
 




Title: Shark Bait
Series: Grab Your Pole #1
Author: Jenn Cooksey
Released: 6/15/2012

Previously homeschooled Camie Ramsey is being shoved into the shark-infested waters of public high school, where even helium filled, penguin bespeckled arm floaties likely won’t help keep her inexperienced, fifteen-year old head above water in that rip current of hormones and emotions.

Camie’s worldly wisdom might be severely lacking (i.e., the closest she’s come to being kissed was sitting too close to the TV whilst Jake Ryan leaned in to give Samantha that fateful 16th birthday kiss), but she does understand her only hope for survival is if she’s thrown some kind of “social” life preserver before she sinks like a freaking rock. However, what will her fate be when she endeavors to flag down the only lifeguard on duty, the enormously popular and ridiculously beautiful Tristan Daniels? The most sought after and virtually most unattainable guy in school who not only makes Camie’s heart flatline on a recurring basis, he’s also the one guy who seemingly doesn’t know she exists.

Feeling like an inept piece of chum that could ultimately be swallowed by Jaws, can Camie get Tristan to rescue her from floundering in the treacherous deep, or is she destined to be Shark Bait?
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Author's Note:

While the tales themselves are fictional, some of the events and characters are very loosely based in reality and on my experiences—but don’t worry, the names of the characters, most of their unfortunate fashion sense and/or questionable taste in music has been changed to protect the not-so innocent.
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**Due to language and some adult content, this book may not be suitable for readers under the age of 16.**

 
 
Purchase Shark Bait at
Amazon (only $0.99) | Barnes & Noble
 
 
 
I've already read The Other Fish in the Sea, and I can promise it's even better than Shark Bait (if that's even possible).
 
Check out an excerpt
 


“Come on dude, just talk Camie into pitchin’ something you can knock outta the ball park, I’m sure you’ve done it before…” the big-mouth-jerk-Brandon said. Seriously, I was all for giving him a break for not having any tact, but now? Yeah, not so much.

“Mm-mm. Can’t.” Totally can if he really wanted to, so he should’ve said won’t.

“Why not?” Because he’s not an asshole!

Tristan studied Brandon for quick moment while he took a drink and then said, “Few reasons…one, I don’t get off on coercing chicks, that’s fucked up. Two, my batting average makes her nervous so she’s agreed to walk me instead of saying I hit a foul and me having to pick up the bat again…and don’t get me wrong, I’m more than goddamned grateful for getting that because I also made a fuckin’ error, so I’m just lucky to still be in the goddamned game at all. And three, stealing is a contract violation, the consequences of which would be that she’d trade me faster than you can say Bob’s her uncle and I really like being on this team.”

Aww…that’s so sweet. Isn’t that just so sweet? He deserves some leeway for that.
 
 
 
 
 
Jenn CookseyAbout the author:

Jenn Cooksey is a Southern California girl born and bred, and proudly boasts being a member of Grossmont High School's alumni.
She currently resides in the 7th Ring of Hell (aka; Arizona) with her husband (whom she married on a dare while in Las Vegas), their three daughters, and more pets than she has the patience to count.
Aside from her husband and one cat, everyone living under the Cooksey's roof is female. She's sure her husband will be not only be awarded sainthood when he kicks the bucket, but that Jesus will welcome him into heaven with a beer and a congratulatory high-five.
She also believes that Bacon should be capitalized. Always.

You can learn more about Jenn and her books at:
Blog | Facebook | Twitter | GoodReads | Pinterest


 

 
 
 
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11 comments:

  1. Excited for Jenn and the rest of us #GYPBitches! Well, and the rest of the world so they can experience the awesomeness that is Jenn Cooksey. ;)

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  2. I loved the original cover for Shark Bait because it was fun and cute, but the redesign and the cover for the next book are super cute too! I really like them.

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  3. Wow, I love that cover! I like most silhouette covers anyway, but the design and colors really pop here. This book wasn't on my radar at all, so thanks for featuring it here. :)

    Wendy @ The Midnight Garden

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  4. I like the new covers, they look more contemporary. Although I have to admit that the rubber ducky had grown on me :)

    PS - I think you would really like Dare You To, I just finished it last night and it was amazing! The guy Ryan is a virgin! Shocker! And the girl is not, but she’s also not a slut either. And Ryan is a really good guy; I know how much you love those. You have to read Pushing the Limits first though to understand Beth and Isaiah…
    One of the reasons I loved Monica Murphy’s books (besides them being so good) was that it was so different than most NA’s out there right now.

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  5. Really cute, whimsical covers. They really stand out from everything else.

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  6. I can't wait to read this series, Andrea! Your enthusiasm for it is catchy! Thanks for sharing the covers - I really like them. :)

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  7. I absolutely LOVE these new covers! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Loved Shark Bait and I'm really looking forward to The Other Fish in the Sea.

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  9. Love the cover. It's fun. Different. Thanks for sharing!

    Jennifer @ Dream Reads

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  10. I love these covers. I forgot to sign up for the reveal. I wanted to but I got home that night and out of my mind it went.

    they are adorable. I prefer these over the first one, though that one was cute too, but this fits the story better I think. :)

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