Sunday, 3 April 2016

Cover Reveal - Perfume and Promises by Ellen Faith

Perfume and Promises Cover Reveal

Today I am very excited to reveal the cover of Ellen Faith’s latest book Perfume and Promises.

  Perfume and Promises Cover Reveal
Perfume and Promises by Ellen Faith 
Published by Self-Published on 21st May 2016 
Chloe Richards is a small town girl with a big heart. At least, that’s what the local folk of Rosehip Village think. But when her parents turn up on her doorstep asking for help, her secret past is about to be revealed. Being the daughter of Hollywood royalty was never going to be easy, but at 19, Chloe Richards managed to leave that life behind along with the scandals that almost destroyed her. A fresh start was all she needed, and a fresh start was what she got in Rosehip. Girlfriend of a local bookshop owner, best friends with fiercely loyal café owner and owner of a perfume business herself, Chloe has a happy life. But her parents are about to turn her perfect life on its head. Again. What do you do when you’re torn between loyalty and protecting yourself? Should you trust your heart when your head is telling you not to?
UK - Amazon

.com - Amazon

About Ellen Faith

Ellen lives in the wonderful county of Yorkshire, England where she spends most of her time baking, eating, baking, and eating. Occasionally she does leave the house to go to the cinema or do some food shopping though. After spending years with an overactive imagination, she decided to put all the magic in her head to some good use and put finger to laptop where The Story of Us was born and became her debut novel. She loves to travel, her favourite destinations so far have all been in America, hence the love of all things, and all people, American. The food rocks pretty hard too, she ate until her jeans begged her to stop whilst she was there. True fact. Aside from day dreaming and eating, Ellen is a sucker for a lolcat, penguins and monkeys - she has never claimed to be normal. 


  1. Thank you for your taking part. :) x

  2. Oooo...this is intriguing. I love when characters face conflict that, even though it involves exterior elements, the grief and chaos is turned primarily inward. Her parents may pose a problem to her, but ultimately making a decision about how to deal with them is the problem she's confronting.