Check Out This Gorgeous Cover: Song for Sophia Re-release!

Drumroll, please.

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I had to sit on this a while, waiting for the final approved version, and it darn near killed me. And now you see why, right? It’s stunning, isn’t it? Elaina Lee at For The Muse Design outdid herself, and I’m delighted with the piano in the background, especially.

Let’s make it official: I’m pleased to announce the re-release of Song for Sophia on Tuesday, Sept. 24 from esKape Press.

To win a man’s heart, a woman must have the mind of a diplomat, a general, and Cleopatra, all in one.

Desperation has led Anne-Sophia Duncombe to a life of exile. Still, she is always just one mistake away from capture and a marriage she would rather die than endure. As a last resort to remain hidden from her former life, Sophia attempts a radical scheme; a life of humility and disguise.

Rumor has it Wilhelm Montegue, the Earl of Devon, is insane. A tormented war hero haunted by scandal, he is only tolerated because of his brilliant mind and swarthy good looks. His unmentionable “condition” which keeps him confined to his country home is also the source of his talent for composing music.

When a new housemaid is hired at Rougemont, Lord Devon is perplexed to find himself fascinated by her. He knows the exquisite beauty is keeping secrets but her siren’s voice draws him ever closer, and he can’t resist the intoxicating scent of danger surrounding her.

2012 RWA Golden Heart® Finalist
2012 OKRWA National Reader’s Choice Award Winner, Historical Romance
2012 OKRWA National Reader’s Choice Award Finalist, Best First Book
“5-Crown” Review, RomCon®

Author’s note: With so many generous, candid people willing to share their stories, I found no shortage of research on savant syndrome. Lord Devon, my autistic savant hero, is based on factual cases. Little was understood about the condition in the nineteenth century, and sadly, many were denied their rights and put away in asylums. My attempts to portray a savant character are in sympathy and admiration of those who struggle with the gift and burden of an extraordinarily brilliant mind.

– MD

Coming Sept. 24, 2013 from esKape Press

Meanwhile… check it out on Goodreads

Cover art by For the Muse Design

Comments

  1. christicorbett says:

    I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!

    I’m so glad it found a home with esKape Press!

    Congratulations, Moriah!

    Christi Corbett

  2. Nicole Laverdure says:

    OMG Moriah, this cover is gorgeous, it really reflects your story!
    I love the piano in the background.

  3. waiting for September 24….I am anxious to get this for a dear friend…it should make a GREAT Christmas gift..

  4. Super, double and triple WOW, Moriah!!! Love love love it. I can’t tell you how much I’m enjoying reading this book. I love the way you write. Even as I was reading the excerpt and blurbs about the Kind of Threadneedle Street, I knew I would like your writing style.

    Janice

  5. Finally! I can’t wait to go buy a copy! You are one of my favorite writers, and you deserve every one of your successes. I am excited to read what you publish next!

  6. Rionna Morgan says:

    Beautiful!!! I love it! You rock, girl!

    Rionna

  7. “Song For Sophia” is a wonderful read. The concept is different and unique. The characters are well developed. If you enjoy reading historical romance this is most definitely a must read for you.

  8. This cover is breathtaking! I am all about cover art and I am so glad to have this on my Kindle shelf!

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