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Feb 18 2014 6:37pm

Cover Reveal: Jamie Brenner’s Ruin Me!

Ruin Me by Jamie BrennerToday, Heroes and Heartbreakers is pleased to reveal the captivating cover for Jamie Brenner's New Adult novel Ruin Me, which promises delicious angst as heroine Lulu is torn between two possible lives—and two men. Personally, we're already leaning toward the “brilliant, reclusive street artist,” who sounds wicked hot.

Here's the official description:

The sexy New Adult e-original from Jamie Brenner, in which Lulu has everything except the one thing she never knew she desired—until now.

She lives in a world of beauty.

His life is shrouded in darkness. 

When they meet, she must choose between everything she has and the one thing she has always desired.

Lulu Sterling thinks she has it all figured out: with one more year left at NYU, she’s spending her summer interning at her mother’s iconic art gallery, determined to overcome the long shadow of her father’s suicide and prove herself to her critical mother. With her boyfriend, rising artist Brandt Penn, Lulu also hopes she will finally experience the love and desire that have always eluded her. But passion comes where she least expects it in the form of a brilliant, reclusive street artist known only by the tag GoST, and Lulu must decide how much she is willing to risk – and how far she is willing to go — to claim it.

Ruin Me will be available on May 6, 2014. Stick with H&H for more about the book leading up to release. And in the meantime, be sure to catch up on all things Jamie Brenner at H&H, including posts on her other releases, and read her posts as an H&H contributor and guest author!

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2 comments
Heather Waters (redline_)
1. redline_
The bold splash of paint is a nice touch. Looking forward to the read! (Go for the street artist, Lulu!)
Jamie Brenner
2. jamieloganbrenner
@redline_ Thanks! I was really excited when I saw that spash of paint. Way to incorporate the story. So creative. This was not an easy cover, I'm sure.
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