Bossy Brothers Tony Cover Reveal Giveaway - JA Huss

Bossy Brothers Tony Cover Reveal Giveaway

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Is it Friday yet? Oh, wait. Yup. It is! I actually have a lot of news for you and I will send out a newsletter later, but I wanted to let you know that today is cover reveal day for Bossy Brothers: Tony! Tony will release straight into Kindle Unlimited on May 12.

By the way, if you DON’T have Kindle Unlimited, you can still get the book. I think some people still get confused about this. You just one-click it the way you normally do. KU just means it’s not available at any other online stores and you can get it free if you’re a KU subscriber on Amazon.

ALSO OF NOTE: I will be having a really BIG giveaway in my Facebook Fan group this afternoon to brighten up your weekend. So make sure to stop by Shrike Bikes and check it out! I’ll post the direct link here when it’s live, but it’s not up yet. EDIT TO ADD: DIRECT LINK T O GIVEAWAY HERE

SO HERE IS TONY!

And if you’re wondering why some of the Bossy Brothers covers are GOLD and some of them are BLUE – it’s because the GOLD books in the series deal with the brothers in the BOSTON family and the BLUE books are about the brothers in the DUMAS family. The main characters of Book One are Jesse Boston and Emma Dumas. So the story starts out with with these two and then the world gets bigger from three. 

COVER PHOTO: WANDER AUIGER

COVER MODEL: ISAAC

COVER DESIGN: JA HUSS

Enemies to lovers/friends to lovers

DESCRIPTION

Belinda Baker and I were not made for each other.

We are not soul mates, or lovers, or even frenemies.

She is the one who needed to get away.

What we had together wasn’t blind love, it was sick rage.

We were a match made in hell, it was hate at first sight, and when she walked away from me and never looked back—it was a relief.

It was bliss.

So why did I travel two thousand miles so I could be near her?

Why can’t I stop thinking about this girl I never want to see again?

Why. Am I. Here?

And what do I have to do to make her disappear for good?

Bossy Brothers: Tony features two girls falling for the wrong men and two men falling for the right girls. A family of tatted up brothers and a town filled with secrets and danger. A story of earned chances and first dates. Of coming to terms with the past and finding a way into the future. It is book six in the Bossy Brothers series and should be read after book five, Bossy Brothers: Alonzo.

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151 Replies to “Bossy Brothers Tony Cover Reveal Giveaway”

  1. I would rather go back and meet my great great grandfather who was a Captain in the 25th Maine Regiment in the Civil War and ask him tons of questions.

  2. I would rather go to the past and meet my ancestors. I would love to see where I come from.

  3. I love history so I would rather go into the past and meet my ancestors. Also I just don’t know enough about them and I am very curious.

  4. I think I’d want to go to the past and meet my ancestors that I’ve heard so much about. Actually get to see and meet the people that are responsible for where the family is today.

  5. I think messing with time is probably of the stupidest things a person can do. The repercussions that come with such a dangerous move are never really known. Until later.

    However, if I had to pick, I’d probably risk the future than the past.

  6. Since I have no children so no possibilities for any grands, I’d go back and learn more about my own grandparents and THEIR parents.

  7. I thinkI’d be too afraid of screwing up the past, so I’d prefer to go into the future and meet my great-great grandchildren.

  8. If I could meet my future grandchildren, I’d be able to see what I need to change now to make their future lives better. My ancestors were probably assholes so I’ll leave them in the past and focus on where I’m going 🙂

  9. OMG, I have absolutely no idea! I would love to know where I came from, but I’d also love to see my great-grandchildren…but what if I don’t have any? ugh, so hard!

  10. I think I’d want to go in the figure to make sure my kiddos are having their best life and meet their babies.

  11. Definitely the future! I would love to see how the family fares and check out the new technology. Have we finally made contact with aliens?

  12. Can I do both? I would love to go in the past & learn about my ancestors & learn about my family history. But I’d also like to meet my future great grandchildren lol

  13. I would love to meet my ancestors! But, you can’t change the past. So, my answer is that I would go into the future to meet my great-great grandchildren. To see where I am headed and knowing I can make changes now that may or may not affect them. That would be pretty powerful!

  14. Ancestors, hands down! I’d rather not know the future. I like the idea of unlimited possibility.

  15. I would love to visit my past. A lot of my family died before I was born so I really would like to explore that half of my life

  16. I’d love to know more about my ancestors! I don’t wanna know what the future holds…ever, lol!

  17. I would love to do either. I think I might flip a coin and do what the coin decided.

    If I went to the past I would love to ask them the history of the family that I do not know. I would like to really know what the trip on the Mayflower was like and what it was like when they got to the Americas. I would want to know what lessons they learned from the first contact encounter. I would like to know what their hopes for our new country were.

    If I went into the future I would want to know what we could have done to make life better for them. What mistakes did we make that we can fix and not cause the issues in the world or in their life.

    I think we learn from where we have been but we have goals going forward. I think we benefit learning from what has already occurred so that we do not repeat the mistakes made in the past.

  18. Hard choice I would love to know my history as well as future but I have to go future so that I can have some idea of how my grandkids are being raised, I hope it is with common sense and morals.

  19. I see the future as fluid, not set in stone so how could I meet someone who may or may not exist? I would go to the past to meet my ancestors.

  20. I would love to see my relatives I was never able to say goodbye too. And my dad. I miss him so much. That would be lovely! ❤

  21. I didn’t have the best childhood and I am not really interested in meeting the people that screwed up my parents. I have 3 children. My daughter is married to a lady and she has decided that she does not want children. My middle child, Storm, was born with Spinia Bifida and is afraid to have children and passing on his genes to a child. My youngest, Hunter, turns 19 on Monday (May the 4th be with you LOL) He better not make me a grandma anytime soon! I would love to go into the future and meet my family. I don’t only want to see my grandkids, but I want to see how my kids turned out. The past is the past for a reason and it isn’t always a good thing to dig things up. Thank you for the chance. I just love everything you make. You are so crafty. Once of the best authors out there.

  22. I like both options so this is a hard decision. I think going in the past and hugging some people one more time would be wonderful. I want to know where my children are going too. I’m going to say past–final answer.

  23. I think that depend on thr person. I do not have kids, nor do I plan on having then, so for me I would have to say meet my Ancesters. I also have a degree in History and love genealogy so that makes sense.

  24. I think I’d rather go to the past and meet my ancestors.
    I don’t think either one is more important than the other. I would just feel more comfortable going into the past than the future.

  25. I’d travel to the past. I would like to know the truth of my family’s past. I don’t have children so I wouldn’t have anyone to visit.

  26. I already follow you in Facebook and Amazon. I don’t tweet, Instagram and I don’t know what a “hrl?utl?url-whatever is. I love the cover, that guy is HOT. This coming from a 58 year and dirty minded ole lady. I picture me in the nursing home at age 90 lickin my lips, saying,”Com’ere baby, gimme a kiss.” and grabbing the ass if every hot guy in the place

  27. I am part Irish, and Scottish, I would love to meet them in the past and see if there are any that I to favor. I am also part Cherokee and part Choctaw, I would love to learn more about the culture and language. I was told that I have Sioux and Cheyenne, but I’m not positive about them. I know for sure that I have Cherokee on both mom and dad side, and Choctaw on Mom’s side. I use to have a large photo of dad’s grandma and grandpa on his mother’s side. They was full-blooded Cherokee, their name was Breedlove.

  28. I would love to go back to the past and meet my father and my great grandfather on my mother’s side!!

  29. I’d Love to go back, meet my great grandparents on both sides of my family, as well as my grand parents on my father’s side which I never got to meet.

  30. Well, I don’t have any children, so great great grandchildren are off the table for me. But I would enjoy meeting my ancestors.

  31. I am so torn – I would love to travel to the past and meet my ancestors, but I think I would have to go with travel to future and meet my great great grandchildren. Great question!

  32. Definitely the past to meet my ancestors. My family is pretty broken and my parents divorced when I was a baby. I was supposed to wait until I was 18 to spend time with my dad per my mom, but he passed when I was 16. I barely know anything about his side of the family. It would be cool to learn more.

  33. I think it would be really neat to go back and meet my ancestors to see where I came from and how they were raised and what important wisdom they could give me.

  34. I would rather meet my ancestors. Know their stories, their issues, the things they saw and did.

  35. I don’t have children, so I won’t have any grandchildren. I would like to meet my ancestors. I never got to know my dad’s parents. They died many years ago before my parents met.

  36. I would go back in the past an meet my Great Great Grandmother, I heard she was a very interesting person.

  37. I’m a huge genealogy nerd but I would go to the future in a heartbeat. I’m not sure if going forward or back is more beneficial but I know you can’t change the past but seeing the future might allow you to change the present.

  38. I would love to go back to the past. We studied our family tree, and I would love to meet my ancestors.

  39. I’d rather go to the past. It gives you more space to improve upon things whereas going to the future, you may end up trying to change things that won’t work in the long run & will shape the future in a different way then what you saw

  40. That is a very good question and one I have been thinking about. I would rather go into the future and see my great grandkids, ones I probably won’t live long enough to see. I have an idea of my past. But seeing what is to come, would be amazing!

  41. Definitely visit my ancestors. I’m a big history buff. Fyi I’m related get distantly to Queen Isabella of Spain, which means I’m also related , Queen Katherine Tudor.

  42. My grandmother always said our ancestors came over on the Mayflower so I’d love to find out if that is in fact, true!

  43. I think the past. I’d be interested in what and where I came from. Also what if you looked at the future and didn’t like it and couldn’t change it? 😱

  44. I think the past. I think more important than where you’re going is the journey to get there and I wouldn’t want to skip ahead of it!

  45. I sometimes think if I can go back in time what would I want to change or maybe even go into the future to see whats ahead, after giving heavy thought to this idea, i’m pretty much back here LMBO!! The book sounds wonderful!! and Looking forward to reading and sharing.
    @tisonlyme143

  46. I am fascinated with family genealogy, and have always wanted to know more about my family history. I would 100% go into the past. I would love to see where my great grandparents came from, and what it was like then.

  47. Since I don’t have any children, I couldn’t meet my great-grandkids in the future. I would live to go back and meet my grandmother as a young woman though.

  48. Thats a tough one but i think id go to the past not to change anything but to see others that you cant anymore.

  49. Go back to the past, I wouldn’t want go into the future only to find out my great great grandchildren were disappointments. I think you need to know where you came from first to better understand where you want to go.
    Thank you!

  50. I would rather go back in time and meet my ancestors because I know I had them. I’m not sure I’ll have possible grandchildren to meet…

  51. I would love to go to the future to meet my future generations. My ancestors are gone and have already made their mark. I would want to see what my legacy has achieved and what they look like!

  52. I have a 14-year-old son, and I think the most exciting thing I’ll ever get to experience is his children! So if I had to choose, I would go to the future to ensure that I can meet my grandchildren!!

  53. I would like to go to the past. See and meet my loved ones. Love the cover. Can’t wait to read the book. Love your books. Thank you for the opportunity.

  54. Go back in time! I don’t have children but I would love to go back in time, even if it’s just before the pandemic 😟 Although meeting my ancestors would be awesome!

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