Cover Reveal – “Under Her Uniform”

Under Her Uniform by Victoria Janssen

Isobel Hailey has disguised herself as a man so she can fight in the British Army in World War I. Only a few people know the truth, including her two officer lovers–so why can’t she stop thinking about handsome Corporal Andrew Southey instead? Isobel has to keep her wits about her and her erotic fantasies hidden so she doesn’t blow her cover. But when she and Andrew find themselves working closely on a mission, their attraction–and the truth–is impossible to deny….

A sequel to Victoria Janssen’s The Moonlight Mistress, available May 2012 in ebook from Spice Books.

About Victoria Janssen

Victoria Janssen [she, her] currently writes cozy space opera for Kalikoi. The novella series A Place of Refuge begins with Finding Refuge: Telepathic warrior Talia Avi, genius engineer Miki Boudreaux, and augmented soldier Faigin Balfour fought the fascist Federated Colonies for ten years, following the charismatic dissenter Jon Churchill. Then Jon disappeared, Talia was thought dead, and Miki and Faigin struggled to take Jon’s place and stay alive. When the FC is unexpectedly upended, Talia is reunited with her friends and they are given sanctuary on the enigmatic planet Refuge. The trio of former guerillas strive to recover from lifetimes of trauma, build new lives on a planet with endless horizons, and forge tender new connections with each other.
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7 Responses to Cover Reveal – “Under Her Uniform”

  1. It’s a very nice cover, but it’s one I’ve seen already on the Harlequin edition of Joanna Maitland’s His Cavalry Lady.

  2. I am just grateful she has short hair, like she’s supposed to! I think they use stock photography for all of the Briefs.

  3. natlyn says:

    I think that’s a young David Bowie!

  4. Now THERE’S a crossover….

  5. natlyn says:

    Hey! Any chance this will be translated into other languages as well?

  6. I am not sure if the Briefs are ever translated, except when they collect a few into anthology form for foreign-language markets. So, maybe? I am not counting on it.

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