Cover Reveal for Seductive Scoundrel by Olivia Peters & Marlo Lanz

Title: Seductive Scoundrel
A Cocky Hero Club Novel
Authors: Olivia Peters & Marlo Lanz
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Cover Design: Letitia Hasser
Release Date: June 6, 2021
BLURB
Dean McCormick

Everything in my life is big from my penthouse to my ego, and I always get what I want. So when a mysterious woman at a masquerade party leaves me with only her phone number, I’m annoyed – and intrigued.
Mia is as smart as she is sexy, and she challenges my dominance in ways no one else has dared. But she’s also been lying to me, and a scandal from her past threatens my lucrative deal with the legendary Dex Truitt.
I made a mistake letting her in. I might love her, but I can’t risk trusting her.
Mia Ford
When I fled Kansas for New York, I expected to have a fun, new life. Instead, I’ve become a workaholic with only a tiny apartment to show for it.
Until I get a sext meant for someone else. I play along because what Dean’s after is all I’m willing to give. But as I get to know the man behind the empire, I fall for him – hard.
When my past catches up with me, Dean ends our relationship. But I’ll teach him that my love is his most powerful asset.
I’m not running this time – I’m fighting for my rightful place by his side.
OLIVIA PETERS
Olivia Peters is an executive ghostwriter by day and a romance novelist by night. She’s based in Toronto, Ontario, but spends as much time as possible at her lake house dreaming about her next story.

Olivia writes unapologetically about hot, dirty-talking alpha men, and the strong, sexy women who bring them to their knees. Readers can count on angst, steam and guaranteed happily ever afters.
When Olivia isn’t writing, she’s spending time with her family, enjoying the great outdoors, and cooking up a storm in her cluttered kitchen.
MARLO LANZ
Marlo is a Canadian girl, fond of the rolling prairies and majestic mountains close to her city home. And, of course, hockey, maple syrup and saying ‘eh.’ Working in healthcare, Marlo believes that laughter is the best medicine and tries to put it to good use in her writing and at her day job.

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