Cover Reveal: Thizz by Nicole Loufas

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Cover Reveal: Thizz by Nicole LoufasTitle: Thizz
Author: Nicole Loufas
Published by Self-Published
Release Date November 1, 2015
Genres: Dark Romance, New Adult Romance
Pages: 274
More Info: Goodreads
Purchase From: Amazon US
Purchase From: Amazon UK
In 2006, while the San Francisco Bay Area was immersed in the Hyphy Movement – Dani was fleeing the city for the small coastal town of Eureka. With a past she wants to forget and a future that may be out of reach – Dani finds Thizz and her world turns inside out.

Matt fell in love with Dani the first time he saw her. He also knew whatever drove her from San Francisco to Eureka in her last semester of high school wasn’t something she wanted to share. When she finally started to open up, Matt hesitated just long enough for his best friend Nick to swoop in. Forced to sit and watch their relationship grow, Matt also learns of Dani’s obsession with Thizz. He secretly feeds her addiction in a desperate attempt to win her heart.

When a school project uncovers a disturbing link between Dani’s parents and Nick’s uncle, Matt is torn between his loyalty to Nick and his feelings for Dani as he tries to convince Dani that her life is in real danger; while persuading Nick to turn on his uncle to save the girl they love.

Thizz, A Love Story contains drug and alcohol use by minors and contains strong language.

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Title: Thizz
Author: Nicole Loufas, Author
Release date: Nov. 1, 2015
Design: Indie Solutions

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Extended Synopsis

In 2006, while the San Francisco Bay Area was immersed in the Hyphy Movement – Dani was fleeing the city for the small coastal town of Eureka. With a past she wants to forget and a future that may be out of reach – Dani finds Thizz and it turns her world inside out.

Dani has a plan.  Get into CAL Berkeley.  All she has to do is survive six months in Eureka, California.  Her plan seems to be working until Matt, the boy she’s secretly crushing on, sets her up with his best friend.

Nick Marino is the star of the basketball team, grandson to the wealthiest woman in the county, and the town drug dealer. Nick introduces Dani to Thizz on their first date and suddenly smiling becomes easy, conversations are comfortable. Now if she can just figure out if the tingles she’s feeling are caused by Nick or Thizz. After a few weeks of both – she doesn’t care.

With Nick by her side, thizz flowing through her veins, and Matt keeping all her secrets – Dani settles into her new life; forgetting about the tragedy that drove her there, and the plan she had to escape.

Matt fell in love with Dani the first time he saw her.   He also knew whatever drove her from San Francisco to Eureka in her last semester of high school wasn’t something she wanted to share.  When she finally started to open up, Matt hesitated just long enough for his best friend Nick to swoop in.   Forced to sit and watch their relationship grow, Matt also learns of Dani’s obsession with Thizz.  He secretly feeds her addiction in a desperate attempt to win her heart.

Pressured into joining Nick’s crew, Matt finds himself in the middle of Eureka’s own hyphy movement and the hit list of a local biker gang. When a school project uncovers a disturbing link between Dani’s parents and Nick’s uncle, Matt is torn between his loyalty to Nick and his feelings for Dani as he tries to convince Dani that her life is in real danger; while persuading Nick to turn on his uncle to save the girl they love.

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About Nicole Loufas

Hey there. I am an emerging author in young adult/new adult fiction. I really hate being classified in any genre, because well, I hate being classed. I don’t want to be known as a teen mom, even though I was a teen and a mom. I don’t want to be known as a young adult writer, because what if one day, in the not so distant future, I want to write a story about adults or angels or dolphins or gangsters or gangster dolphins? According to agents that won’t be named here – I will have to adopt a pen name for every genre…wth? I have enough issues with identity to add any more to the mix. So, for the time being, I would just like to be called by my real name, and I would very much like to be considered, just a writer.

So, what did you think? :-)