Greetings everyone! Today I bring to you the cover of Abby and the Cute One, the final installment in the Backstage Pass series. It feels like I’ve been waiting for a long time for this cover reveal and now that it’s here I don’t know how to feel. I am so happy and in love with the cover, yet so sad that this is the final book. 😦
Without further ado it is my greatest pleasure to share with you the cover of Abby and the Cute One by Erin Butler.
Click on the cover to go to its Goodreads page
DO YOU SEE IT??
I am loving it and how it just goes with the rest of the series’ covers, not to mention incredibly cutesy.
Here’s the blurb for Abby and the Cute One:
He’s cute. He’s famous. And he could ruin everything…
Every member of Seconds to Juliet has a girlfriend-except for Nathan Strong. Now the band’s manager is leaning hard on “The Cute One” to play the role of the band’s heartthrob. With the band’s sales in decline, it’s up to Nathan to keep the fans’ fantasy alive.
The plan is to stage a fake relationship and a fake breakup, and then let the fans fight to be the one to mend Nathan’s broken heart. Just one problem. There’s another girl in the picture-one Nathan can’t stay away from. In private, Nathan’s stealing kisses with the band’s new opening act, Abby Curtis.
If they’re caught, no one wins. Abby will be fired, and the band might not recover the success they need to survive. But even with the pressure mounting, Nathan and Abby can’t stop themselves from stealing one more touch, one more kiss. And it’s only a matter of time before it all falls apart.
Abby and the Cute One will be released on the 16th of November this year, so look forward to it, I know I am! If this is your first time hearing of this book/series then you can check out my review of the two previous books, Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein and Anya and the Shy Guy by Suze Winegardner. Give this a try and get hooked by the charms of the Seconds to Juliet boys like I did!
Thank you, Erin Butler for the opportunity to be a part of the cover reveal of one of my most anticipated books since reading Anya and the Shy Guy.