Jul 31, 2013

Cover Reveal: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Every once in a while, I come across a book that isn't in a category I usually read--like New Adult--but sounds very interesting. That's the case with today's cover reveal of Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers, hosted by Xpresso Book Tours. I have yet to read a New Adult book, though there are a few that intrigue me, this one included. And sometimes I want to tell others about that book. So now, without further adieu, please listen up as I present you to Tone Deaf!

The Book
Title: Tone Deaf
Author: Olivia Rivers
Publisher: Red Sparrow Press
Publishing Date: November 4, 2013
Genre: New Adult Romance
Recommended Age Group: 16+ 

His world is music…
…Her world is silent.
Ali Blinde was a prodigy destined to become one of the greatest musicians of the 21st century.
Until the brain tumor struck.
Now seventeen, Ali lives in a soundless world where she gets by with ASL and lip-reading. So when she meets Jace Beckett, she thinks he’s her worst nightmare come true. Jace is the lead singer in the wildly-popular band, Tone Deaf, and he’s exactly the kind of success-story Ali hates and resents.  
Nineteen-year-old Jace has it all: fame, money, and any girl he wants. Every night on tour brings a new performance and a new girl, which is just what he needs to avoid the pain of relationships.  
But when Jace learns Ali is being abused, he reluctantly proposes a solution: Run away with him and his band as they tour the country. With freedom in sight, Ali takes the offer. Immediately, she’s swept into a world filled with wild punk music, wilder musicians, and maybe—just maybe—love.
The Cover
Designed by Olivia Rivers herself, it's the thing you're really here for: the cover!
Drum roll, please...



The Author
Olivia Rivers is the author of six novels, ranging in genres from Epic Fantasy to Contemporary Romance. Along with being a writer, she’s a freelance digital artist, a literary agent assistant, and a high school student. She’s a nerd at heart, and is a hopeless fan-girl for Doctor Who and Arrested Development. Olivia lives in California with a dog who thinks he’s a cat, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and a kitten who is just generally confused.
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