Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Cover Reveal ... Revenge in the Capitol

Revenge in the Capitol
by B. Ivy Woods
* (In The Capitol Series, #2)
* Publication date: September 4th, 2020
* Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense

The past is gone but not forgotten.
Months after Rae and Flint thwart a stalker’s attempt to destroy their relationship, they are focusing on themselves. Their relationship is better than ever and Flint’s political campaign is taking off. But as his campaign heats up, his schedule only gets busier. Rae can’t help feeling like she’s been left out in the cold.

Things go from bad to worse when their past comes back to haunt them. A forgotten foe is bent on revenge and will do everything in their power to get it, including ruin Rae and Flint’s relationship for good.
Revenge is a dish best served cold, but will Rae and Flint stop them before it’s too late?

This is book two In The Capitol series.

Meet the Author:
Author B. Ivy Woods
B. Ivy Woods has been writing for as long as she can remember. After getting her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Policy and a Master's in Energy Policy and Law and working in the environmental field for several years, she decided to become a stay-at-home mom. That is when thoughts of a writing career really took off. 

Although she competed in NaNoWriMo multiple times, 2019 was the first year that she won. This win inspired her to make writing a career. Her debut novel will be self-published in 2020.

Although she is originally from New York City, she currently lives in the DMV (Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia) with her husband, daughter, dog, and cat.

For more on B. Ivy and her writing, you can connect with her at the following sites: 

Thanks so much for stopping by today for this cover reveal. Are book covers one of the things that draws you to a book?



  1. I am probably in the minority but covers are more likely to turn me off a book than entice me.
    It is words which seduce me.
    I hope that B. Ivy's book goes gangbusters.
    I suspect there is going to be some very ugly (and sadly not fictional) behaviour in the Capital over the coming months.

  2. That's an interesting premise for a story, Mason. I can see how the suspense would build, and draw the reader in. The cover works for me, too, although I must admit I usually don't choose (or not choose) a book based on the cover. Still, it's very clever. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I think it's really hard to write a political novel these days without taking sides. I'd like to read this one just to see if she manages that tightrope.

    1. OK, she may be that person who manages this. I just checked her sales figures and she's doing nicely. Congrats!


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