TGIF Friday, eh!
A while back, Ashley Ehlers shared her cover for Wants of An Incubus here on this blog.
She’s back with the sequel to Annabelle’s story, Needs of an Incubus (Annabelle’s Erotic Nightmare #2).
Good luck, Ashley! I love the wispy font style.
Needs of an Incubus (Annabelle’s Erotic Nightmare #2) by Ashley Ehlers
Publication Date: August 14th, 2015
Genre: New Adult Fantasy Romance
Summary from Goodreads:
Henry is back and Annabelle couldn’t be happier, especially since it’s her chance to get away from her witch of a mother. But it isn’t long before the nightmares begin again. This time it’s more real than the first time, causing her to have no choice but to tell Henry everything that’s happened before he got there.
Awakening from her latest nightmare she finds yet another branding on her forehead. But this time it’s different, it’s green. The need to find out more leads them to a mental hospital for women where she finds someone that resembles closely to her, to her parent’s house where she finds out more than she wants to, and to an old woman that might actually be able to help them.
However, before she can end this nightmare she gets kidnapped by a group of women that only want one thing- their sister back. And the only person who can give them what they want is her mom- her real mother.
Annabelle’s nightmare isn’t over just yet and with the help of her boyfriend maybe, just maybe she’ll be able to finally move forward from this.
Readers 18+ for sexual content
Newly married Ashley Ehlers now resides in San Diego with her husband who is currently stationed there. There in their cozy two bedroom apartment she finds the peace she’s been looking for. As they settle into the new chapters of their lives Ashley’s Muses are growing stronger than ever as inspiration is around every corner in her latest adventure.
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Thank you so much for helping with my reveal today Emma!! ❤ I love the wispy design too!
You’re so welcome, Ashley. Best of luck with it.
Whoa! Good thing nobody was looking over my shoulder when this page popped up while browsing at work instead of working. Very hot covers! And yes the wispy titles are very ethereal and moody.