Friday, February 2, 2024

#Cover Reveal #ComingSoon #NewAdultRomance - The Distance Between Us by Anne Trowbridge

Title: The Distance Between Us: A Hidden-Identity Romance
Series: Cruz Into Love Series, Book 1
Author: Anne Trowbridge
Release Date: February 19, 2024
Genre: New Adult Romance

Max and Lily are neighbors, but the distance between them couldn’t be wider. Lily’s a bubbly burst of sunshine who’s stuck in every guy’s friendzone, but Max is stuck in a prison of anxiety born from childhood trauma and a debilitating stutter. When Max’s brother Jake intervenes and presents him with a way to get to know Lily on his own terms, Max is terrified…and thrilled. But how can they ever truly be together if she doesn’t even know who he is?

This book is the first in a trilogy about the three Cruz brothers and their struggles to survive—and maybe even thrive—after the day their family detonated, leaving behind a debris field of pain and chaos. While the stories are connected, each one can be read as a standalone, and none of the books ends on a cliffhanger.

Fans of stories in which pain, longing, angst, humor, and hope weave together to create an emotional journey with both laughter and tears will love this book!

Anne Trowbridge loves writing romances that hit major emotional beats in swoony, angsty stories in which the couples really earn their happily-ever-afters. They are closed-door spice level. Expect banter, angst, and deeply emotional connections that resonate!

The baseball romances in her The Curveball Incident Series explore the fallout after one disastrous, wild pitch hits an unintended target, forever altering two men’s lives.

Her Ticket to Love Series spotlights independent women finding love—and also some heartache, adventure, and laughter—on fabulous trips.

The new Cruz Into Love Series is a trilogy about the three Cruz brothers and their struggles to survive—and maybe even thrive—after their family detonates into pain and chaos.

She lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids, and two dogs. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s teaching language arts to middle schoolers, which really should involve medals for bravery. She grew up all over the Midwest and somehow still loves to travel and see new places.


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