The fancy Kanaloa's in London. I'm not quite sure what or when the appeal for Tiki places are - particularly when paired with the festivities of this time of year - but I can't deny that the decoration is pretty.
KISSING MAX HOLDEN has a cover!
The amazing Katy Upperman’s KISSING MAX HOLDEN has a final cover. Look at the prettiness! You can find KISSING MAX HOLDEN in August 2017. 🙂
Guys, Kissing Max Holden has a finalized cover, and I could not love it more!
Let’s talk about the pretty, shall we?
The colors: I liked the grayscale of the winning cover direction, but I LOVE how this new image looks: sharp and crisp, with plenty of contrast. And then there’s the gradient pink of the title; pink is my favorite, and I’m so happy to see it featured on Kissing Max Holden‘s cover. It feels fresh and fun and romantic.
The cover models: I mean, I couldn’t have handpicked a more perfect Jilly and Max. She’s beautiful but approachable, and he’s got dark, wild hair and a jaw that won’t quit. Together? They’re adorable.
The composition: The way he’s coming over the fence for her? Yes. They way she’s touching his face? There’s a history there. The way he’s holding her wrist? Clearly, he wants her. The almost-kiss? Perfect, perfect, perfect.
Also, bonus: My name!…
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