Here’s the premise of the story:
Tau Cetus police agent Jai Turner is being sent undercover as a Beautiful Dolls sex robot in order to bring down the planet’s most notorious arms dealer, Marque Callex. The police have never been able to get close to Callex, and Jai’s assignment is to use her sexual skills to satisfy Marque, and to coax information out of him on his illicit weapons dealings – information that will lead to his conviction.
Notoriously reclusive arms dealer Marque Callex only accepted an invitation from Beautiful Dolls because he needs a little stress relief. With his deadly line of work – and the dangerous secrets he’s keeping – he rarely lets anyone into his life. That’s why a week of free, no-commitment, no-holds-barred sex – in return for giving Beautiful Dolls owner Anson Carron feedback on how his newest model of sexbot performs – is perfect for him.
But neither Jai nor Marque are what they seem, and their week together has consequences neither expect.
A new book is almost like having a baby. You’re incredibly proud of the achievement, but nervous about how it will do once it’s out in the world. So you give it the best foundation you can – a great cover and hopefully a good storyline – and then cross your fingers that it will be successful.
What do you think? Have I created an attention-grabbing cover? Is my premise interesting enough to entice a reader to want to read the story? Are these elements important?
Let me know what you think! I’ll be giving away a free copy of Programmed For Pleasure to one commenter chosen at random J