The Trailers: Overprotected

Overprotected is a new book by author Jennifer Laurens. It is currently available in the U.S. in paperback and in eBook formats from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Published by Grove Creek Publishing, the paperback is 252 pages.

Although the publication date on Barnes & Noble lists a release date in April, it is currently available.

To read an excerpt from chapter one, click here.

Jennifer Laurens is the author of the Heavenly trilogy, A Season of Eden, Falling for Romeo, Nailed and Magic Hands. All of which are fantastic books and I can’t wait to start reading Overprotected.

Ms. Laurens often has great giveaways, so be sure to check her site and her Facebook fan page often. If you’d like to be entered in her current giveaway, please click here.

Blurb from Overprotected‘s blog:

Ashlyn: A lonely society princess living in New York City.Daddy hired you to be my bodyguard.

Colin: Childhood enemy, now her protector.Daddy thought I’d be safe. He thought I’d never fall in love. He thought he could keep me forever.

Charles: obsessed with keeping her safe, keeping her his, he hires the one person he knows she could never fall in love with: Colin.Daddy was wrong.

Book trailer for Overprotected:

(Please note, although I’ve posted this trailer here, I am not entered in this giveaway.)

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