That Pearly Drop Cover!

That_Pearly_Drop-Jianne_Carlo-500x800Murphy’s Law of Time Travel #1: Time travel is impossible—until it happens.

OMG – isn’t the cover drool worthy?

I’m so thrilled with it. Georgia Woods outdid herself with this one! I wish I had a smidgen of her talent.

It’s now less than 14 days (yup – only 14) to That Pearly Drop’s release on 11/07/13 and I’m a total nervous Nellie. This book’s such a departure from my normal style. It’s the first time I’ve written an entire book from first person POV and my first venture into a combo of fantasy, paranormal, and time travel.

Here’s the tagline for the book:

What do the hounds of hell, time travel, a murdered girl, a coach ticket to Wye Castle, and a governess’ letter of employment have to do with waking up in 1763, the mate of wolf-shifter, Ian, the Earl of Wye? Emma’s about to find out.

And now for the blurb:

Emma knows time travel’s impossible. So, the only other explanation for her going to sleep on Halloween night in 2013 and waking up in Wales in the year 1763 is that she’s insane. There’s a murdered girl, a coach ticket to Wye Castle, and a letter of employment to be governess to the Earl of Wye’s daughter. What’s a gal to do but go with the flow?

Wolf-shifter Ian, Earl of Wye, recognizes Emma as his mate instantly and senses she’s in danger. He knows Emma’s harboring a deep, dark secret. But, no matter what he does, she won’t confide in him. Then he finds Emma wounded and rambling about nine white gorgons who attacked her. The hounds of hell are Ian’s nemeses, and the fact they’ve reappeared in the mortal world after centuries of banishment can only mean one thing…

Starting on Friday, I’m going to be doing a series of excerpts tagged to a contest for a free copy of That Pearly Drop. Stay tuned for more.

Have a great Monday!




  1. I have to admit that first person POV is difficult for me. It took me 6 months to write That Pearly Drop and normally I finish a book easily in 3 months. I must admit to being a nervous Nellie about this one. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. I love the tagline, Jianne! You’ve got me intrigued, and personally I enjoy first person POV as much as third.

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